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New users to Linux (specifically Ubuntu) ultimately end up being mindful of the Sudo command. Many users never utilize it for anything other than getting past “authorization rejected” messages– but Sudo does so far more. About Sudo A typical misunderstanding about Sudo is that it is utilized exclusively to offer root authorizations to an ordinary […]

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One of the commonly overlooked installment options that is made readily available by many Linux installers is to secure your residence folder. You may believe that needing an individual to visit with a password is adequate to secure your files. You would certainly be wrong. Encrypting your house folder keeps your data as well as […]

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Although Ubuntu 17.10.1 is available, Ubuntu 16.04.4 is one of the long-term support (LTS) launches which guarantees support for 5 more years– up until April 2021. Do you need to update to Ubuntu 16.04? This guide sets out the factors for and against updating to Ubuntu 16.04 to help you to choose when it is […]

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New users to Linux (specifically Ubuntu) ultimately become mindful of the Sudo command. Several users never utilize it for anything aside from surpassing “approval denied” messages– however Sudo does so far more. Concerning Sudo A typical misunderstanding about Sudo is that it is utilized exclusively to give origin permissions to an ordinary customer. Actually, the […]

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