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This beginner's guide for Part 2 explains Apt-get commands with examples for Ubuntu package management. This including some required explanations (about package, how apt works, and apt "database") and screenshots for 10 examples. This guide also includes add-apt-repository command, despite it's not part of APT, it's mentioned here to ensure beginner users happy with PPA and third-party repositories. This guide is a continuation of the Part 1 Dpkg Commands. I hope everyone can take advantage from this article. Enjoy.
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Debian 8.7 GNU/Linux has been released at January 14th 2017. This is an update for Debian 8 (stable, Jessie) mainly for fixing security issues. Here I listed download links for 64 bit and 32 bit versions including torrent links. This article is intended as simple guide for new comers into Debian.
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If you really care about your privacy in internet communication, you probably will arrive at Kontalk Messenger. Kontalk is a XMPP-based secure communication platform, it supports end-to-end encryption and federation, and is free software for both the client and the server programs. If you interested enough, read this FSFE article about privacy and Kontalk FAQ. Kontalk is currently available in Android (phone), GNU/Linux, MacOS, and Windows (desktop). This article explains how to install Kontalk Desktop in Ubuntu & Linux Mint.
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This review of Netrunner Desktop 17.01 GNU/Linux is intended for end users and beginners. Netrunner is a desktop oriented operating system, ships with complete daily-usage desktop applications, and full multimedia codecs support. It means once the users install Netrunner they do not need to install anything anymore for all daily works. In this article you will find 12 points of review, download links, and some notes at the end. Enjoy it.
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BlankOn X operating system finally launched at January 1st 2017 as the 10th release codenamed "Tambora". BlankOn is a GNU/Linux distribution from Indonesia, a low-resource operating system with ultimate aim for desktop end-users. In this Tambora release, BlankOn brings the latest Manokwari desktop with improvements, along with its own BlankOn system installer, and some other stuffs. This Tambora release is a continuation of the BlankOn 9 release in 2014 named Suroboyo. This article sums up what's new for BlankOn in this Tambora version.

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With the built-in program called GNOME Disk Utility, you can create an .iso image file back from a bootable USB drive. This feature is important, for example, when you lose the actual .iso file despite you still have the already written USB bootable. This article explains how to re-create such ISO image in Linux Mint and it's also applicable to Ubuntu.

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For most new users, the fact that there are more than 8 official "editions" of one Ubuntu operating system is hard to understand. It's particularly similar with Microsoft having some editions for Windows XP, and the users would ask "what are the differences?". This article mentions the differences of nine Ubuntu official "editions" (called flavors) based on the desktop interface, specific purpose, file manager, and LTS duration. This article also provides more information such as Wikipedia entries and other important resources to make it simpler to understand. I write this article in January 2017 and the number of flavors can be increased or decreased later.

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This article guides you step by step to install Linux Mint 18.1 Cinnamon Edition. This 18.1 is a Long Term Support version (will be supported until 2021) and codenamed "Serena". I based this guide on my laptop Acer Aspire One, Intel Celeron 64 bit, 4GB RAM, 120GB SSD. I hope this simple guide helps more beginners into GNU/Linux.

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