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Ubuntu Linux chroot guide

One of the cool things about Linux is that you can change the root directory to a mounted file system, and that is exactly what chroot does. I use it a lot in combination with my Linux VMs: I have a lot of them and updating them can be a long boring task. So why would you not automate this process?…

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Ubuntu Cheat Sheet

In need of a handy cheat sheet filled with commands you can use in your Linux terminal? This page has got you covered with lots of commands for lots on different use cases. Missing a command? Feel free to send me your ideas, questions and suggested commands in the comments. Install a full LAMP stac…

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Click to close notifications in Ubuntu

Do you love the way your notifications in the upper right corner of your screen look, but do you hate that there' s no way to close these notifications? Then look no further and read along as this article guides you through the process of 'patching' the notify-osd source code to make notifications c…

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