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99% of the development work that I do is done in Emacs. For basic editing, I just use nano. 
GNU Emacs can be much more than just a text editor. Learn how to get started.
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Gaahhh my brain!

This makes me get that mildly exhilarating panic feeling that comes along with the sense that I'll be dead before I'm done learning a tenth of what I'd like lol
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Is Canonical's Unity interface for Ubuntu Linux ready for use by the masses? Arguably, no. But the administration of the Ecole normale supérieure in Paris apparently likes Unity well enough to deploy it throughout the university's library.
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Replace your ‘make install’ habit and learn how to deliver Linux software like a pro
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Network tool contained hard-coded prime number that wasn't prime after all.
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Debian Wheezy has several packages like netcat.  There's netcat-traditional, netcat-openbsd, and socat.  Netcat is a dummy package that points to netcat-traditional.  The description of socat is, 

_ It can be used, for example, as a TCP relay (one-shot or daemon), as an external socksifier, as a shell interface to Unix sockets, as an IPv6 relay, as a netcat and rinetd replacement, to redirect TCP-oriented programs to a serial line, or to establish a relatively secure environment (su and chroot) for running client or server shell scripts inside network connections. Socat supports sctp as of 1.7.0._

I don't use this tool, so I'm not sure what it's trying to accomplish that you can't get done with netcat-openbsd
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The article does make some pretty good points. I wear a helmet. But to be honest, I've had days where I was just riding to the coffee shop, to the library, to the supermarket, etc., and came close to not wearing a helmet. If you don't wear one, that's okay. Admittedly, I used to be that person. You know, the one that would tell everyone that they should be wearing a helmet, too. Over the years, however, I've learned that it's not my place to tell someone what to do with their life. You want to wear a helmet? Good for you. You don't want to wear a helmet? Good for you. Do you ride instead of driving a car everywhere? Yes? Damn good for you! 
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Except there are some countries (like e.g. mine) which require helmet to be worn. In the case of Czech Republic (where I live) it is only for youths up to 18 years old.

In such a country politely reminding someone about forgotten helmet can help them against breaking the law (as would be e.g. riding a bike without lights at night).
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Angie Nyakoon and Amanda Gbarmo Ndorbor are two outspoken and energetic women who oversee the Mental Health Unit at the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) in Liberia. Together, they're applying a new open source app called mHero (that was first used to help them deal with the Ebola crisis) to the mental health issues that have arisen in the aftermath of the epidemic due to displacement and abandonment.
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Interesting. I may have several clients affected bythis.
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This guide shows how to use grep to match patterns with files and from the output of other commands.
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This guide shows how to use grep to match patterns with files and from the output of other commands.
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Grep is like magic. ;-)
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Canonical has become the google toilet  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLoVtbKL1fk
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NO, THANKS!  SELinux = CIA or NSA collaboration!
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Steps to Install ownCloud 8.2 on CentOS 7. ownCloud is an open source software which allows us to set up our private 'file-hosting' cloud.
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