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Kill Commands

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On Linux systems, numerous users often come across a program or process that locks-up. The user will usually kill the software if the system does not do it first. Users may be familiar with some of the kill commands and signals, but does anyone understand all of them? There are four common kill…

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 softpedia: Google's new Material Design approach proved to be a real success.

What Can You Do For Linux Gaming?

 GamingOnLinux: What distribution to use to make sure you get support.

How to install LAMP stack on Ubuntu server

 xmodulo: This tutorial will present a step by step procedure on installing LAMP stack on Ubuntu server, and also guide you to install phpMyAdmin - a frontend web panel for administering MariaDB databases.

Red Hat spiffs up FeedHenry with better collaboration tools

GigaOm: Red Hat purchased FeedHenry and its mobile app development platform in September; now it’s updating it with tools to better support collaborative development.

How to install Docker on CentOS 7

 LinuxTechi: Docker is an open-source tool that makes creating & managing Linux containers(LXC) easy.

Android 5.0 dev kits simplify octacore Snapdragon designs

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Encrypt Everything: How to encrypt the disk to protect the data

Source Code of Life: Using right kind encryption in the right way can help you protect your data.

How to trigger scripts on filesystem events

 techarena: Inotify tools are a set of command line programs based on inotify a Linux kernel (2.6.13 or later) feature which can be used to monitor filesystem events.

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0 A.D. Progress Report, Programmers Needed

The 0 A.D. team have been extremely busy as always to bring us the latest and greatest in open source RTS gaming.

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An Update On The Stonehearth Linux Port

The city builder Stonehearth which reached their Linux stretch goal back in the Kickstarter campaign is closing in on the ports both to Mac and Linux, which will evidently happen at the same time.

Toast Time, A Retro Throwback With An Apparent British Sense Of Humour

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Gunslugs 2, An Action Platformer That Will Be Great For Speedruns

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Action Platformer 'Red Goddess' Has A Trailer And Is Due Out In February

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Kinetic Void, A Space Sandbox Game Exits Early Access

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7 Days To Die, A Sandbox Zombie Survival Game Finally Arrives On Linux

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Valve Plans A Big Steam Machine Presence At GDC 2015

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Time To Guess What Feral Interactive Are Working On, New Teaser

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