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  1. How to check your network connections on Linux
  2. Linux command history: Choosing what to remember and how
  3. Linux: To recurse or not
  4. What is a Linux 'oops'?
  5. Why Linux is better than Windows or macOS for security
  6. Why you should use named pipes on Linux
  7. Get ready to use Linux containers
  8. The 5 best Linux distros for the enterprise: Red Hat, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and more
  9. Red Hat responds to the Intel processor flaw
  10. Linux resolutions for 2018
  11. How to extract content from compressed files on Linux
  12. Peeking into your Linux packages
  13. How to squeeze the most out of Linux file compression
  14. Linux antivirus and anti malware: 8 top tools
  15. Linux for the Industry 4.0 era: New distro for factory automation
  16. Why Linux can make you feel thankful or merely stuffed
  17. 14 Linux apps that will change how you work
  18. 5 tricks for using the sudo command in Linux
  19. 10 obscure (but useful) desktop Linux distros
  20. Linux command line tools for working with non-Linux users
  21. Scary Linux commands for Halloween
  22. More ways to examine network connections on Linux
  23. Using the Linux find command with caution
  24. Examining network connections on Linux systems
  25. Mastering file searches on Linux
  26. Managing users on Linux systems
  27. What's behind the Linux umask?
  28. What you need to know to manage Linux disks
  29. Review: Considering Oracle Linux is a no-brainer if you’re an Oracle shop
  30. Review: Ubuntu LTS 16.04.02 has a long shelf life
  31. Maneuvering around run levels on Linux
  32. Review: 5 top Linux distros for enterprise servers
  33. How to use the motd file to get Linux users to pay attention
  34. 12 reasons to learn Apple’s open-source Swift language
  35. Half a dozen clever Linux command line tricks
  36. This Linux tool could improve the security of IoT devices
  37. How log rotation works with logrotate
  38. How to set up an all open-source IT infrastructure from scratch
  39. How to use GNU's aspell to fix spelling errors in files
  40. The top 7 Linux IoT projects
  41. 3 benefits you didn’t expect from Linux containers
  42. The ultimate Linux Trojan horse: Windows Subsystem for Linux
  43. I'm excited for a new Ubuntu release—for the first time in a long time
  44. Lessons learned from the failure of Ubuntu Touch
  45. Ubuntu Phone security updates end in June, app store closing
  46. Instant messaging service Wire open-sources its server code
  47. Mastodon—The free software, decentralized Twitter competitor
  48. Linux video editor OpenShot 2.3 impresses: New tools, fast performance
  49. Linux Action Show ends after 10-year run
  50. GNOME 3.24: New Linux desktop is fast, responsive
  51. Desktop Linux the best it’s ever been—and keeps getting better
  52. How to communicate from a Linux shell: Email, instant messaging
  53. Open source users: It’s time for extreme vetting
  54. Wine 2.0 brings MS Office 2013 compatibility to Linux
  55. Review: PocketCHIP—Super cheap Linux terminal that fits in your pocket
  56. 7 Linux predictions for 2017
  57. 2016 Linux predictions: Which ones came true?
  58. If Linux never was
  59. Ubuntu 16.10 targets hybrid cloud deployments, supports Unity 8 development
  60. elementary OS 0.4: Review and interview with the founder
  61. If privacy is paramount, Linux and Tor are key
  62. Debian Stable 8.5: Like Ubuntu's early days
  63. The U.S. government now has an open source policy—but it doesn't go far enough
  64. Microsoft brings Edge JavaScript engine to Linux, Mac OS X
  65. The top 20 programming languages, according to Redmonk
  66. The Ubuntu-powered BQ Aquaris M10 tablet: Almost amazing
  67. Who needs a GUI? How to live in a Linux terminal.
  68. Linux distros look to drop 32-bit support
  69. 30 days in a terminal: Day 10 — The experiment is over
  70. 30 days in a terminal: Day 0 — The adventure begins
  71. App stores and Linux repositories: Maybe the worst ideas ever
  72. Open source networking: The time is now
  73. Open source is in our DNA
  74. 10 more pointless (but awesome) Linux terminal tricks