Tag: Linux

What’s in a Name: A Brief History of the How User Agents Became So Long

If you type “What’s my user agent” into Google, you’ll get something like this:   Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/67.0.3396.79 Safari/537.36   Websites can use this to determine what browser and operating system you’re using, but

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7 Security Tools for Servers

If you have decided to use Linux or another Unix-like operating system for your dedicated server, you probably factored in security into your consideration.  Linux, BSD, and similar OSes are renowned for their inherent security features.  Nevertheless, is still important

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Why I Switched Back to Firefox

As an alternative to Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox once reigned supreme. Over the past couple of years, however, Google Chrome has risen to claim its spot. Firefox had become more bloated, slower and less innovative. Someone at Mozilla finally realized

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The Witcher 3 Available for Pre-Order on SteamOS (Linux)

Steam has announced that the Witcher 3 will be available for pre-order on SteamOS (a.k.a. Linux). The big question Linux gamers want to know is: Will this be another poorly wrapped Windows port or a native implementation of CD Projekt

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The Witcher 2 Now On Linux and SteamOS

The wait is over. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition is now on Linux and SteamOS. Best of all, to celebrate the debut, Steam has it available for only $3.99. I highly recommend you pick it up (unless

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Portal 2 (Beta) Now on Steam for Linux (SteamOS)

Yes, the title is correct. Portal 2 (Beta) is now available on Steam for Linux and presumably available for all of the SteamOS beta testers, though one of them will have to confirm that for us. I started playing Portal

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How She Became Root

You’ll have to know Linux AND watch Person of Interest to get this one.

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Monitor Your System with Glances for Linux

Glances provides information about your kernel, CPU, system load, processes, memory usage and more. Read more at ServerSchool.com

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Papers, Please Now On Linux

The addictive eastern European checkpoint attendant and click game that so many people seem to like is now available on Linux via Steam and other channels. Yes, Papers, Please is also on sale. It’s retro and filled with umm, immigrants.

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Stop complaining about Windows!

Do you get tired of those people always complaining about Windows but still choosing to use it? This is my response:

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