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Showing some of the new features and changes with #Ubuntu 18.10, which is codenamed Cosmic Cuttlefish.
Ubuntu 18.10 is an interim release, which will be supported for 9 months.

Daily release: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/
Website: https://www.ubuntu.com/

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Tutorial on how to setup Ubuntu UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) via command line. Especially useful for Ubuntu server, or any set-ups where you lack a desktop interface.
UFW is also available for other Linux distributions, including Debian and Arch.

1:07 Initial Setup
1:30 Adding Services
2:06 Adding Specific Ports / Protocols
2:31 Deny / Reject Connections
3:46 Reviewing your rules
4:01 Finding out the services you have on your server
4:57 Resetting all rules back to default
5:03 Adding rules by Application
5:36 Adding Port ranges
5:52 Adding Specific IP Addresses
7:07 Delete specific rule
8:12 Insert Rule
9:06 Fixing a messed up set of rules

Wallpaper by Charlie Henson: https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1267000/

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Retro gaming with a mission pack for the original Quake. X-Men The Ravages of Apocalypse is a total conversion, offering new weapons, enemies, and styling.
The game is faithful to the source material, but is let down by poor level design.

I’m playing the game in Linux using DarkPlaces Engine.
I purchased the game used off eBay.

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How to Restore Ctrl+F4 shortcut to Close a Browser Tab in KDE Plasma Desktop. Tutorial applies to all distros using KDE desktop, including Kubuntu, KDE Neon, Nitrux, OpenSUSE, and Manjaro / Arch.

Instructions:
Shortcuts – Global Shortcuts – Kwin:
Switch to Desktop 4
Select custom, then none

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Being a Minimal Linux Distribution, KDE Neon lacks a simple GUI installer for the Nvidia graphics drivers.

Terminal Commands
$ ubuntu-drivers devices
$ sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall
$ sudo reboot
$ sudo nvidia-xconfig
nvidia-settings

Nvidia PPA Repo: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/%2Barchive/ubuntu/ppa

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Colibri browser review in Linux installed as a Snap in Kubuntu 18.04. Colibri have gone for a very minimal interface, minimal to the extent of removing tabs.

Website: https://colibri.opqr.co/

Wallpaper by Charlie Henson: https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1260650/

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How to get Emojis in the Linux Bash Terminal and display them throughout by editing the .bashrc file

Commands:
$ echo -e "\U0001F600"
$ echo -e "\033[38;5;220m\U0001F605"

nano ~/.bashrc

uncomment force_color_prompt=yes
Add [\033[38;5;214m\]?\ to PS1=

Sites used:
https://unicode.org/emoji/charts/full-emoji-list.html
http://bashrcgenerator.com/

Wallpaper by Charlie Henson:
https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1260650/

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I’ve been pushing forward with the release of #NoTrack v0.9 which has now been ported to Gitlab and a lot of changes made to the underlying setup.

There is no upgrade path yet between NoTrack v0.8.x, you will need to uninstall and then install NoTrack v0.9

Gitlab page: https://gitlab.com/quidsup/notrack

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Gnome Disks in Ubuntu provides a nice GUI for writing Raspbian to a MicroSD card.
A much friendlier alternative to Terminal command dd. You can also create backups using Gnome Disks.

Linux Tutorial demonstrated using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

Raspbian Download: https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/

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Miss Quids shows how to use BibTeX for Referencing in LaTeX, including \nocite{} for listing resources that aren't explicitly cited, and how to fix long URLs going beyond the end of the page.

Resources used:
https://www.economics.utoronto.ca/osborne/latex/BIBTEX.HTM
https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3587/how-can-i-use-bibtex-to-cite-a-web-page

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190MB RAM used on bootup, with a desktop nearly as fancy as KDE / Cinnamon. Moksha desktop (fork of Enlightenment E17) hasn’t really changed with this release of Bodhi Linux 5.0.0. The main change has been an uplift of the core OS to Ubuntu 18.04.

A few of the themes, wallpapers, and desktop customisations have been removed, which has led to a more streamlined experience.

Website: https://www.bodhilinux.com/

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Created 1 month, 3 weeks ago.

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CategoryScience & Technology

Long time Linux reviewer, and creator of anti-tracking system NoTrack.
I also focus on IT Security News, Ubuntu, KDE, and Kodi Tutorials, Linux Gaming, and App Reviews.

My current OS of choice is Kubuntu 18.04 which I have customised to look like Unity desktop

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NoTrack: https://github.com/quidsup/notrack