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Integrating Standard Notes into Linux

Standard Notes is a simple and private note taking app that is both cross-platform and fully open source. I made the plunge to try out Standard Notes Extended and so far I’m loving it! In this article I will show you how you can integrate the Standard Notes Linux AppImage so that you can launch […]

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How To Install Bitwig Studio on Fedora

Bitwig Studio is a professional digital audio workstation (DAW) that happens to be cross-platform. Although it isn’t free, for those who want to use a Linux-friendly DAW with a predictable workflow (similar to Ableton), look no further. I’m not sponsored by Bitwig, I simply enjoy recording and making music with this wonderful program. They support […]

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Install Notion Web App on Linux!

I recently got into Notion.so and I must say, it’s a blast to use! Notion for those of you who don’t know is a personal notebook / todo list / journalling thing that is really handy for people who want to take digital notes. It’s cross-platform and has markdown support however they don’t officially support […]

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Setup Python and Visual Studio Code on Fedora Linux (Video)

If you’re looking to get started in Python development and are running Linux, I’d highly recommend you use Visual Studio Code. Not only does it give you a good platform to do debugging but you also benefit from endless extensions to tailor it to your workflow.

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How to view login failures on your Linux server (Sysadmin Tips)

So you’re SSHing to your remote server and you noticed there were thousands of failed attempts to get into your server since your last login. What can you do about it? Well, you can use a SSH key and disable password login. You can also use a different port to make it a bit more […]

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How to use SSH keys to secure your servers

Using SSH keys to login to servers and computers is a great way to add a layer of security as well as remove the hassle of typing your password. In this article I will show you how you can create your unique and password-proteced SSH key so you can login to your server without ever […]

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Run Alpine Linux on your iPad – iSH

Recently I got my hands on a iPad Air 2 and I wanted to do see how the development is on this little machine. Although the device is aging with it’s iPhone 6s tier CPU, it still runs like a champ and can handle almost every task with ease, while running the latest iPadOS! I […]

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Updating My ThinkPad E480’s BIOS On Linux

It has been almost a year since I last updated my BIOS on my ThinkPad. I recently found out that there were a few improvements to performance and efficiency. I always thought BIOS updates were only possible through Windows but today I found a helpful tutorial on updating the BIOS without booting into Windows. In […]

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Evolution Mail – the Linux Outlook alternative

These days, most people simply use web mail that is supplied by their email provider. That said, there are some of us who like to have more control in how they compose their mails, have multiple accounts, filters, create events and have it all in a single mail client. The most notable one is Microsoft […]

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nostalgia – Having Fun With Windows XP

You know, sometimes you just want to go back in time and relive the fun times you had. Whether it is listening to music you used to love as a youngster or the watch the TV shows. A big part of my childhood was Microsoft Windows, specifically the era of XP. It was a great […]