There are several graphical tools available for creating live USB. Etcher on Linux is probably the most popular. Ubuntu has its own Startup Disk Creator tool for this purpose. However, advanced Linux users swear by the comfort and swiftness of creating live
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When it comes to terminal based text editors, it is usually Vim, Emacs and Nano that get the limelight. That doesn’t mean there are not other such text editors. Neovim, a modern enhancement to Vim, is one of many such examples. Along
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Want to do some fun stuff in the Linux terminal? How about converting a regular image into an ASCII art? You know what’s ASCII? It’s a standard that assigns letters, numbers and other characters in the 256 slots available in the 8-bit
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There are several ways to test and improve your typing speed. You can use online tools, install dedicated applications on the desktop or test in the Linux terminal. Linux terminal? That’s right. From browsing internet to playing games, you can do so
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There are ways to check CPU information on Linux. Probably the most common is the lscpu command that gives you plenty of information about all the CPU cores on your system. lscpu command output You may find CPU information there without installing
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