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Question about Deepin os.

I think its a great distro and exactly what Linux needs in order to attract users. But I also want to be safe before I move over, so I need this question. answered. Is deepin is safe? In part because it comes from China and I don't want my info to being coppied through a back door. 
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If you want security you take things like.

Gentoo Hardened Project
OpenBSD
Alpine
Other Security oriented distros 
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In this video I go over some of the basic features of Ansible an IT automation software
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The Ultimate Guide to Increase Transfer Speeds of #Nginx Websites Using 'Gzip' Module
In this article we will discuss a method to increase transfer speeds of Nginx websites by reducing the file sizes through gzip compression module.
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Jay Hopkins

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Dear Linux community, Looking for help with this:
I'm trying to use Pulseaudio over LAN from a desktop to a laptop. I have PAprefs and PAVUcontrol installed on both systems with the proper boxes ticked. I've been following the guides I've found on google. So what I've been able to accomplish: Desktop's soundcard shows up on laptop, but the laptop's soundcard doesn't show up as a device. I'm also wondering about PAprefs being run as my user or root, It seems that I only was able to get this working by killing pulseaudio and running "sudo pulseaudio --system" But this wasn't in the documentation I read, I only found it mentioned in Raspberry Pi pulseaudio over LAN documentation. Any help in this matter is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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TecMint Linux

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I have no idea what I'm looking at here. #networking
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Jajajajaja :)
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Dark c0d3r

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For all the sysadmins and those that just like the power of the terminal... there's many tools available to monitor linux systems, sometimes it's tough to recall many.

So here's a list of 88 practical admin tools. Some GUI, some stdout to terminal. If they aren't builtin, I'm sure their packages available in your repo.

https://blog.serverdensity.com/80-linux-monitoring-tools-know/

Nice compilation to have as reference
Cheers....
The most comprehensive list of command line tools, network related monitoring, and log and infrastructure monitoring tools for Linux SysAdmins.
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Thx +Bruce Staples . The exact reason I went hunting. Those short-lists weren't cutting it. I wanted an all encompassing index of admin tools.

Same take away for me, some revisits and others are new for me...
glad you can get some use from it. ))
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Andrew Franklin

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#Linux Redesigned
#FlatLinux

Isn't it looks different?
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Que bonito ésta ese señor

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ciko 2283

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Hi, im new to this and i need help. I have dell inspirion 7559 (came with windows 10 installed) and i am unable to run any linux live cd (haven't tried installing). it just freezes at startup / splash screen. Actually, i am able to run some distributions that don't have desktop environment (Like TinyCore). Any kind of help is appreciated.
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How can I make 3rd party apps into regular, searchable apps on Ubuntu? 
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They should just appear in the dash like any other installed program.
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Here's a comparison of Linux terminal emulators. It's put together by the community with pros and cons for each option. Hope you find it useful. :)
Get the answer to "What are the best Linux terminal emulators?" See a list of the top 27 options and learn their pros and cons.
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Tried terminix Today and it made me a instant fan
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I figured it out, it's the application dashboard, as an alternative to the application launcher.
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As a bunch of beginners prefer to have 'Windows-like' Linux, here are our top choices
Looking for a Windows like Linux? Here are the best Linux distributions that look like Windows.
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+khriss cortez A lot depends on the switching user's willingness to learn something new.
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Linux Inside

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Learn Why ‘less’ is Faster Than ‘more’ Command for Effective File Navigation
More is a nix command line used to display the contents of a file, similarly less command allows you to view the contents of a file and navigate through file.
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I've been using "most" since it first appeared on VAX/VMS sysytems. Great program!

jedsoft.org
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Manuel Cabrera Caballero

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#vlan #pfSense tutorial step by step
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Las redes junto a las empresas, van creciendo, haciéndose mas complejas llevándonos a implementar soluciones que nos permitan administrar...
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Disculpa, me parecio que decia "flan".
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Ramazan KINay

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Gnome's Csd on Ubuntu Unity (16.04)
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BCC – Dynamic Tracing Tools for Linux Performance Monitoring, Networking and More

#Linux #Sysadmin #Monitoring #Tecmint
BCC (BPF Compiler Collection) is a powerful set of dynamic tracing tools for monitoring Linux performance, networking, kernel tracing and more with several
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+Dark c0d3r you're welcome. (Y)
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