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Numix Artwork Themes for Linux and Android

Numix (Not Just Yet Another Theme Suit) is  a theme project that has a collection of beautiful themes and artwork for Linux and Android OS. It looked really beautiful and so I decided to try it out on my Ubuntu 14.04 LTS . Numix has a variety of GTK...
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Installation and Usage Guide for CSF firewall

1 Introduction CSF stands for Configserver security and firewall. CSF is a configuration script built to provide better security to servers , at the same time providing a large number of configuration options and features to configure and secure with extra checks to ensure smooth operation. It helps...
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Setting up and using Github on Linux : A beginners guide

  GitHub is a treasure trove of some of the world’s best projects, built by the contributions of developers all across the globe. This simple, yet extremely powerful platform helps every individual interested in building or developing something big to contribute and get recognized in the opensource community....
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BitMessage – messaging client

After the news that government is snooping on the user’s messages ,calls, etc, this was created by few developers who wanted to create a messaging client that would keep the user’s messages private. This client is written in python. It  is a P2P communications protocol used to send...
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Interesting commands on Linux :SET 1

Here are some fun commands you can try on your Linux system probably when you are bored or want to try something new and something different. I really liked these commands and hope that you will enjoy using it too. cowsay you can make an image of cow...
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