The concept of homelab is getting popular among tinkerers and hobbyists. From personal cloud to media server to home automation, homelab gives you the freedom of owning your data by self-hosting open source software on your hardware. Some people use new hardware,
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It’s FOSS has around 2000 articles and it is difficult to find the interesting ones just from browsing the website. This is what prompted me to consolidate articles based on topics. So, you get pages like Fedora guides, Rust series etc. I
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Love it or hate it, an Arch user cannot ignore AUR, a community-oriented repository where Arch Linux users can share their own packages. After all, the list of official packages in Arch Linux can be considered a bit restrictive. You’ll probably find
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There are numerous terminal based text editors available on Linux. Vim has a special fan following for its extensive expendability. It can be used as a full-blown code editor, after all. Nano is often considered a beginner’s tool but it is also
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It seems Microsoft is nagging Windows users more frequently to switch to Windows 11. Time to upgrade to Linux? Perhaps. When support for Windows XP and 7 ended, it prompted many people to explore Linux on their personal computer. Will the demise
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One can find tons of replacements for top, a CLI tool that provides a dynamic real-time view of a running system. There is the famous htop, the asynchronous atop, which forces the kernel to write a record of running processes, and some
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Got a large digital media library thanks to your old DVD and Blue Ray collection? A media server will enhance your movie watching experience. sFirst, your media library gets displayed like Netflix and other streaming services. You get to resume your playback
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