Tag Archives: Linux Tips

Linux Security Distros Compared: Tails vs. Kali vs. Qubes

Linux Security Distros Compared: Tails vs. Kali vs. Qubes by Thorin Klosowski via lifehacker-logo

Are you looking for the safest version of Linux? The best for your tasks?

Ask yourself why do you seek a Linux operating system with high performance in terms of security and test one of those Linux OS proposed in the link above.

I think they are the best Linux distributions today …. or does anyone have any better suggestion? If so, please write a comment below! Thank you.

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Advanced Data Recovery on Linux

It’s the perfect nightmare and everyone do all his best to avoid it but sooner or later it happens.

Loosing data from a hard disk or a USB device is more common than you can image and everyone has experienced it!

Windows has different commercial solutions available to recover data and partitions but, if you use Linux, you need something different.

The best solution I found for Linux is an old but current article by Lifehacker.au that I strongly recommend if you are experiencing this kind of problems and want to solve them.

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Software to Record Linux Tutorials by Matt via logo

My question: what apps do you use to record/stream your desktop while using your camera to insert your face live on the bottom right of your screen?”

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12 Light and Fast PC Operating System For Old PC, Laptop and Tablet by Devendra via quickfever-v1-5

“If your computer having problems or lags while using Windows operating systems, you’ll discover some fast and lightweight OS in this article. There is another post where we discussed best alternative operating systems that are not specifically for old PC’s”

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Test your VPN through Terminal – Linux Tips

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Do you use a VPN to connect to Internet and increase your privacy? If you are one of the many you would be sure that the VPN you are paying is really working properly.

You can always use, via browser, one of those dedicated websites that check your Ip and, in some cases, test the real effectiveness of VPN and/or use Terminal.

But, for my experience, if you prefer to test your public IP without using the Terminal, the best tutorial for this specific task has been published by http://www.tecadmin.net.

Get Public IP using Linux Terminal

Recommended!… if you are looking for an extra test that you can manage directly from Terminal.

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79419-wallpaper_black1b5 commands to check memory usage on Linux