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Apply Tags To Linux Commands To Easily Retrieve Them From History

Apply tags to lengthy and complex Linux commands to easily retrieve them from Bash history.

Explaining Soft Link And Hard Link In Linux With Examples

This tutorial explains what is Soft link and Hard link in Linux and Unix operating systems with some practical examples.

The mktemp Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

The mktemp command creates a temporary file or directory safely and prints its name. All files and directories will be saved in the system's temporary directory, i.e /tmp.

How To Setup Chrooted SFTP In Linux

Setup Chrooted SFTP to allow the users to connect through SFTP, but not allow them to connect through SSH in Linux.

Type Linux Commands In Capital Letters To Run Them As Sudo User

Whenever you type Linux commands in capital letters, the SUDO utility will run them as sudo user! So, you need not to use "sudo" in-front of a Linux command.

Youtube-dl Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

This tutorial explains the list of most commonly used Youtube-dl commands to download videos from Youtube and other websites in Linux. There are numerous applications available to Download Youtube videos. We have covered such applications, namely ClipGrab, and Mps-youtube etc., in the past. Today, we are going to learn about yet another Youtube downloader called Youtube-dl.

What is a Linux user?

In only two years, the Linux kernel will be 30 years old. Think about that! Where were you in 1991? Were you even born? I was 13! Between 1991 and 1993 a few "proper" Linux distributions were created, and at least three of them—Slackware, Debian, and Red Hat–provided the backbone the Linux movement was built on. read more

Attempting to install Linux on a new laptop

How I failed at installing Linux on a new laptop

Slackel 7.1 Openbox Screenshot Tour

Persistent file encryption is supported. Running the above script you will be asked if you want to encrypt the persistent file. Then just boot with persistent option from menus. System will understand that the persistent file is encrypted and ask to type the encrypt passphrase to unlock it. You can use the persistent file "persistent" for /home encryption.

Distro inferno: Debian's still rocking at 25

Sleeker, slimmer and now a bit greyer Hot on the heels of Slackware's quarter century comes the 25th anniversary of the announcement that Debian was incoming.…

Linus WireGuard Comments, Lubuntu New Direction, LineageOS, OpenWRT, SteamOS | This Week in Linux 34

on episode 34 of TWinL: Linus WireGuard Comments, Lubuntu New Direction, LineageOS, OpenWRT, SteamOS, RebeccaBlackOS, NetSpectre, Humble Bundle, Hiri, GNOME 3.30 Beta, Plasma Engineering, & more

Top 10 July must-reads: Killer tools and practical guides for admins, Skype alternatives, Slackware turns 25, and more

Opensource.com brought in 776,198 unique visitors who generated 1,253,209 page views in July, a 22% year over year increase. We published 85 articles in July, and welcomed 14 new authors. More than 56% of our content was contributed by members of the open source community, and our community moderators contributed 22 articles.

25 Years of Slackware, PowerShell Snap, REAPER on Linux, Linux Geek Bundle | This Week in Linux 33

on TWinL 33: Slackware Turns 25, PowerShell Snap, REAPER getting native Linux builds, Linux Geek Bundle, Liberapay Trouble, hledger, Almond, Latte Dock, Clone Hero, System76 Facility Sneak Peak.

Slackware creator in strife, claims store has not paid him

The creator of the second oldest Linux distribution, Patrick Volkerding, claims he is in financial strife after the store, with which he reached an agreement to sell his work, stopped paying him two years ago.

Slackware turns 25, Perl confessions, PowerShell tweaks, Linux networking, Emacs, and more

  • Opensource.com; By Rikki Endsley (Posted by bob on Jul 24, 2018 4:33 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux, Slackware
SysAdminDay is at the end of July, but we're celebrating sysadmins all month. Check out our growing SysAdmin series.

Oldest swinger in town, Slackware, notches up a quarter of a century

Venerable Linux distro still keeping it clean, after all these years Slackware, the oldest Linux distribution still being maintained, has turned 25 this week, making many an enthusiast wonder where all those years went.…

The oldest, active Linux distro, Slackware, turns 25

Patrick Volkerding didn't set out to create a Linux distribution. He just wanted to simplify the process of installing and configuring Softlanding Linux System. But when SLS didn't pick up his improvements, Volkerding decided to release his work as Slackware. On July 17, 1993, he announced version 1.0. A quarter century and 30-plus versions later, Slackware is the oldest actively maintained Linux distribution. read more

Absolute Linux Offers Old School Charm, Thanks to Slackware

what if you’d prefer your Linux to be based on Slackware? Yes, there’s a distribution perfectly suited for you. That distribution is called Absolute Linux; it’s based on Slackware and focuses solely on the desktop. Said desktop looks and feels quite a bit like something you’d have used in the early 2000s. That’s not a bad thing … just a thing.

Slackware-Based SlackEX Distro Released with Linux Kernel 4.14.8 and KDE 4.14.38

GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton released today a new build of his Slackware-based SlackEX distro, bringing various updated applications and core components.

You Can Now Run a Custom Linux 4.14.2 Kernel on Your Slackware PC, Here's How

GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton released a new custom kernel based on the latest Linux 4.14.2 upstream kernel release for Slackware and Slackware-based GNU/Linux distributions.

The politics of the Linux desktop

At some point in 1997 or 1998—history does not record exactly when—I made the leap from Windows to the Linux desktop. I went through quite a few distributions, from Red Hat to SUSE to Slackware, then Debian, Debian Experimental, and (for a long time thereafter) Ubuntu. When I accepted a role at Red Hat, I moved to Fedora, and migrated both my kids (then 9 and 11) to Fedora as well. read more

Porteus: portability for pros

Porteus is one of the most famous portable Linux distributions. You can read some reviews of this operating system and even an interview with the Porteus team by DarkDuck.

The MLED project gets a new website

  • Microlinux; By Kiki Novak (Posted by kikinovak on Mar 11, 2017 7:34 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Slackware
The new MLED website is compatible with mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.

Slackware-Based Zenwalk Linux Gets New ISO Snapshot with GTK3 Build of Firefox

The development team behind the Slackware-based Zenwalk GNU/Linux distribution have announced the release and general availability of a new ISO snapshot image with all the latest software versions and some exciting new features.

Best Linux Distro: Final Round of Voting Has Begun

Arch Linux wins the qualifying round for the second year, followed by Linux Mint. In addition, eight distros qualified by write-in votes to be included in our final round. Now it's time to get out the vote in the all-important final round to determine the Best Linux Distro according to our readers.

Porteus 3.2.2 final released

Porteus is a Slackware-based fast and portable Linux Distribution.The Porteus team was working RCs for the release of their next big update, and here is Porteus 3.2.2 final available to download and use.The Porteus team has made an announcement.

How Linux got to be Linux: Test driving 1993-2003 distros

A unique trait of open source is that it's never truly EOL (End of Life). The disc images mostly remain online, and their licenses don't expire, so going back and installing an old version of Linux in a virtual machine and getting a precise picture of what progress Linux has made over the years is relatively simple. We begin our journey with Slackware 1.01, posted to the comp.os.linux.announce newsgroup well over 20 years ago. read more

Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Vim

In our previous post about Vim, we’ve talked about some neat tips and tricks usable for more advanced users. In this post, we will talk about getting started with Vim, so this guide is mostly intended for absolute beginners.

Superb Mini Server(SMS) version 2.0.9 released

Superb Mini Server finally got a new updated version release after a long time period.Yes, After a long awaited time,the previous version of SMS(Superb Mini Server)2.0.8 which was released back in 2015,now in 2016 got a new release of SMS 2.0.9. Even if the releases are less-frequent,this slackware based distribution really makes a good amount of users,who works with servers,mostly looks at this fellow distro,because of set of applications available and the environment is completely perfect for those who love to work with the web-server based developments and managements.

Slackware-Based Absolute 14.2 Linux OS Arrives with Up-to-Date Components

Absolute Linux developer Paul Sherman announced the release of version 14.2 of his Slackware-based GNU/Linux operating system for personal computers and laptops.

Salix 14.2 Xfce Edition Officially Released Based on Slackware 14.2, Xfce 4.12

After being in development for the past three months, the Salix 14.2 Xfce Edition operating system has finally hit the stable channels and it is now available for download.

Will Google replace Android with Fuchsia?

Also in today's open source roundup: Is it wrong to run Microsoft software in Linux? And DistroWatch reviews Zenwalk Linux 8.0.

MLED 14.2 has been released

  • http://www.microlinux.eu; By Niki Kovacs (Posted by kikinovak on Aug 11, 2016 5:44 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Slackware
One month after the release of Slackware 14.2, MLED 14.2 is now available.

32-Bit Ubuntu Alternatives

Some folks may find the idea of using a 32-bit distribution of Linux to be downright silly. After all, we live in a 64-bit world these days, right? Well, that depends on who you ask. The fact of the matter is there are still a lot of fully functional PCs out there that run 32-bit Linux. Up until recently, this was all well and good. Then the news came down that Ubuntu would no longer be supporting 32-bit systems come the next Ubuntu release. Clearly not everyone is thrilled about his news.

Slackware-Based VectorLinux 7.2 Beta Ships Free of systemd with Linux 4.4.14 LTS

The developers of the Slackware-based Vectorlinux GNU/Linux operating system have announced the release of the Beta build of the upcoming VectorLinux 7.2 release.

Slackware Linux 14.2 Officially Released with Linux Kernel 4.4, without systemd

After many months of hard work, two Betas and two RCs, Patrick J. Volkerding was extremely proud to announce the release and immediate availability for download of the final Slackware 14.2 Linux operating system.

Zenwalk 8.0 Is Based on Slackware 14.2, Gets New Desktop Layout for Xfce 4.12.1

Jean-Philippe Guillemin, the developer of Zenwalk, announced today the final release of the Slackware-based Zenwalk 8.0 GNU/Linux operating system.

Slackware 14.2

Yes, it is that time again (finally)! Following a long period of planning, development, and testing, the Slackware Linux Project is proud to announce the latest stable release of the longest running distribution of the Linux operating system, Slackware version 14.2!

Slackel 4.14.18 KDE Live Screenshot Tour

Slackel KDE 4.14.18 has been released. Slackel is based on Slackware and Salix. There are four iso images two installation iso and two live iso (64 and 32 bit).

Slackel 6.0.5 Openbox Screenshot Tour

The Slackel Live Installer (SLI) now supports installation on different file systems (btrfs, ext2, ext3, ext4, jfs, reiserfs, xfs). Note that you cannot use the xfs file system and grub because after installation the system will not boot. So for xfs choose (e)Lilo instead. Both /root and /home partitions (if you create a separate partition for /home and choose to format it) will be formatted on the same file system type. A trick can be used, to format /home with GParted on a different file system and choose to not format it. So you can have /root and /home with different file systems type. Installation on EFI GPT partitions is also supported for 64-bit iso. In this case you have to create a GPT partition table with GParted and the first partition, the EFI partition, has to be at least 300MB FAT32.

Slackware 14.2 RC 2 announced

Fri Apr 15 20:37:37 UTC 2016 Finally got some fixes we were waiting for in this new kernel. It's been almost a month since 14.2rc1 so we'll call this Slackware 14.2 release candidate 2. Almost there. Get in any last-minute bug reports quickly. :-)

Mixing Linux and ZFS, LinuxFest NorthWest and More…

A lot of the presentations will be made by knowledgeable local talent, from Bellingham, Seattle and even Portland, but there will also be some big shot FOSS names there too, just in case you think its only a show for the home team. MySQL’s community manager Dave Stokes will be there, talking about the open source database’s native JSON data type. Also on hand will be Ilan Rabinovitch, who many of you will recognize as the chair at SCALE and the cofounder of Texas Linux Fest.

Slackware 14.2 RC 1 announced.

  • Slackware Changelog; By Patrick Volkerding (Posted by jdixon on Mar 19, 2016 8:52 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux, Slackware
From the Slackware changelog:

Thu Mar 17 22:09:16 UTC 2016 Good hello, let's call this Slackware 14.2 release candidate 1.

Linux and breakfast cereal: Why are there so many flavours?

I'm sick and tired of hearing about people being confused because there are too many different kinds of breakfast cereal - and Linux - available. It's a good thing and here's why.

SlackEX Released with Linux Kernel 4.4.1 and KDE 4.14.3, Based on Slackware 14.2

Linux developer Arne Exton announced the release of a new build of his SlackEX GNU/Linux operating system. SlackEX Build 160203 is now powered by Mr. Exton's kernel 4.4.1-exton-huge package, which also works flawlessly on any other Slackware derivative, including Slax, Zenwalk, and Slackware itself.

Installing jstock with Slackware 14.1

Two methods to get Jstock working on your Slackware 14.1 machine.

Installing sbopkg with Slackware 14.1

How to install the sbopkg Slackbuids.org package manager with Slackware 14.1.

Arch Wins First of Two Round Poll

The voting is over in the first round of our annual GNU/Linux distro poll, which sought an answer to the simple question, “What Linux distro do you currently use most?” The result was a complete surprise, at least to us.

BSD for the desktop user: A review of PC-BSD

When my journey into the world of open source began in the mid-90s, the easiest way to get installation media was to buy CD sets from online stores and have them shipped to you. Being interested in experimenting with different operating systems, I always bought the giant bundle that included all the distributions. Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, SUSE, and several now defunct distributions were include for me to play with, but the bundles also came with installation discs for the various BSD distributions (FreeBSD, NetBSD, and later, OpenBSD). read more

The MLED project gets its own website

  • Microlinux; By Niki Kovacs (Posted by kikinovak on Nov 24, 2015 4:09 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Slackware
The MLED project finally gets its own website with lots of information as well as detailed documentation. The entire website is available in english and in french.

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