Brief: Planner is an open-source to-do list app that helps you organize and collect your ideas/tasks. There are several tools and services that let us organize and manage tasks. But, if it is primarily tailored for Linux and offers a fantastic user
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Ansible is free and open-source automation tool sponsored by Red Hat. Using ansible we can manage and configure Linux and Windows system without any agent installation on them. It basically works on ssh protocol and can configure hundred plus servers at a
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You have some ideas about installing packages in Ubuntu with apt command. Those packages come from Ubuntu’s repositories. How about third-party or external repository? No, I am not talking about PPA here. Sooner or later, you’ll come across installation instructions that goes
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On Windows, Microsoft provides a free cloud storage service in the form of OneDrive. It comes integrated with Windows and you get 5 GB of free storage with your Microsoft account. This works great on Windows but like Google, Microsoft also does
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Hello Linux Geeks, if you are looking for free command line backup tools on Linux systems then tar command is the solution for you. Tar command can create backup of your application, configurations files and folders of the system. Tar stands for
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Web browsers have evolved over the years. From downloading files to accessing a full-fledged web application, we have come a long way. For a lot of users, the web browser is the only thing they need to get their work done these
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Every Linux distribution comes with a document viewer app that lets you read PDF and other documents. Most of the time, it is Evince from GNOME that is displayed as Document Viewer in Ubuntu and some other distributions. Evince is a handy
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Originally created by Silicon Graphics, the XFS file system is a robust and high-performance journaling filesystem that was first included in the Linux kernel in 2001. Since then, the popularity of the filesystem has grown exponentially, and by 2014, the XFS filesystem
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