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Master the Linux Command Line

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http://www.droidviews.com/unlock-bootloader-install-twrp-root-oneplus-5t/

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An A-Z Index of the Windows CMD Command Lines by Cybrary member "fkay2014"- https://www.cybrary.it/0p3n/z-index-windows-cmd-command-line/

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Read what's new in the brand new Linux kernel 4.14; Paul Brown has details:

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Hear us out!

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This might be my favorite feature yet. Combining MPRIS2 support with keyboard multimedia keys extends keyboard support to so many media players. This support has always been a weak spot for Linux... you cannot imagine how giddy I was when it worked! #Xfce

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayKd0mqmmjM

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As per the latest report from Top 500, Linux now runs on all of the fastest 500 supercomputers in the world. The previous number was 498 as remaining two supercomputers ran Unix.
Top500 is an independent project that was launched in 1993 to benchmark supercomputers. It publishes the details about the top 500 fastest supercomputers known to them, twice a year. You can go the website and filter out the list based on various criteria such as country, OS type, vendors etc.
Don’t worry. I am going to list some of the most interesting facts from this report.

Some interesting facts about top 500 supercomputers
China has still got the fastest supercomputer in the world. Sunway TaihuLight, developed by China’s National Research Center of Parallel Computer Engineering & Technology (NRCPC), maintains this position for last two years.
China also has the most number of supercomputers as it owns 202 out of top 500 supercomputers. The USA falls in second place with 143 entries in the top 500.
Japan is in third place with 35, followed by Germany with 20, France with 18, and the UK with 15. India and Saudi Arabia have 4 each while Russia has 3 supercomputers.
Out of the top 10 fastest supercomputers, USA has 5, Japan and China have 2 each while Switzerland has 1. Top 2 positions are held by supercomputers from China.

There was a time when Unix was the most used operating system on supercomputers. By mid-2000’s Linux started outnumbering Unix.
The main reason for this growth is that Linux is free and easier to customize. Supercomputers are devices built for specific purposes. This requires an operating system customized ed for those specific needs.
Unix, being a closed source and propriety operating system, is an expensive deal when it comes to customization. This is why Linux gains the upper hand here.

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Windows 10 : Brilliant Tips You Must Know
The hidden Windows 10 settings will make your windows 10 experience amazingly smooth.
#Windows10 #TopTrix
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