July 15, 2019
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Pearson Education (InformIT)

The Linux operating system supplies unmatched flexibility. One area that flawlessly highlights this is the installation of software application. On either the Linux desktop or web server, there are a couple of means you can install applications. For a lot of customers, the easiest path is via the distribution app store (such as Ubuntu Software, […]

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  There seems to be a large overlap in between open resource software and hardware fanatics as well as amateur artists. While some musicians are making songs making use of the tried-and-true “allow’s see what that button does” technique, a few of you may be interested in making up music the old-fashioned way– by digitally […]

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  There is a common misconception that there is no money to be made in open source software. It is true that open source code is free to download, but you should think of this as an opportunity rather than a limitation. Businesses that make money in open source software include: MySQL (owned by Oracle): […]

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