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My Review of Tomboy - A Must have Linux Application
“ Tomboy is a simple and easy to use desktop note-taking application.”
as described by
Alex Gravely, the Head Developer of Tomboy.
Tomboy is, according to my perspective, one of the best note-taking application. It comes with a very streamlined interface and a handful of features in its pocket.
This is how the Home Screen looks like:
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9 Linux Parted Command Examples
Using parted, you can add, delete, and edit partitions and the file systems located on those partitions. You can also clone partitions. This article explains 9 practical parted command examples.
Nov 14 '11
Getting Started with GnuPG (+ git)
Generate a public/private key pair. Follow the suggested defaults, but choose a finite expiration time in case you lose your private key. Fill out an appropriate user id. $ gpg --gen-key
Your public key and encrypted private key will be stored in your public and secret key rings, which exist…
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LFTP is sophisticated ftp/http client, file transfer program supporting a number of network protocols. Like BASH, it has job control and uses readline library for input. It has bookmarks, built-in mirror, can transfer several files in parallel. It was designed with reliability in mind.