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3 Linux terminals you need to try

by sethkenlon
2021-02-26 03:02:00 -0500

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In 2021, there are more reasons why people love Linux than ever before. In this series, I'll share 21 different reasons to use Linux. The ability to choose your own terminal is a big reason to use Linux.

Many people think once you've used one terminal interface, you've used them all. But users who love the terminal know there are minor but important differences between them. This article looks at three of my favorites.

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How I became a Kubernetes maintainer in 4 hours a week

by mbbroberg
2021-02-26 03:01:00 -0500

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"I want to contribute to Kubernetes, but I don't know where to start."

I have heard (and even said) versions of this sentiment many times since Kubernetes started gaining influence. So, over the last year, I've spent time contributing to the project, and I've found it worth every minute.

I've discovered that Kubernetes is a project with the right scale for anyone to make an impact in whatever time they have available in their schedule. For me, that was just four hours a week. No more, no less.

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Navigate your FreeDOS system

by Ahuka
2021-02-26 03:00:00 -0500

A map with a route highlighted

FreeDOS is an open source implementation of DOS. It's not a remix of Linux, and it is compatible with the operating system that introduced many people to personal computing. This makes it an important resource for running legacy applications, playing retro games, updating firmware on motherboards, and experiencing a little bit of living computer history. In this article, I'll look at some of the essential commands used to navigate a FreeDOS system.

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