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Vivaldi 4.1 Offers a New Command Chains System and Accordion Tabs

Vivaldi 4.1 comes with a range of improvements and fixes that will help you save time and get more out of your browsing. Vivaldi comes from the same team that developed Opera back in the day. It is intended for power users and provides an impressive level of control over the interface. Vivaldi is one […] The post Vivaldi 4.1 Offers a New Command Chains System and Accordion Tabs appeared first on Linux Today.

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Configure your Chrony Daemon with an Ansible Playbook

Ansible can be used to manage daemon configuration files. In this example, you’ll see how to manage your Chrony configuration with Ansible. The post Configure your Chrony Daemon with an Ansible Playbook appeared first on Linux Today.

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How to Import and Export MySQL Databases in Linux

Importing and exporting MySQL or MariaDB databases is a regular task in system administration. You can use data dumps to back up and restore your databases or migrate them to a new server. Learn how to import and export databases in Linux here. The post How to Import and Export MySQL Databases in Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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Brave vs Firefox: Which Open Source Browser is Better?

Here’s a comparison of Brave and Firefox, two of the most popular web browsers for privacy-conscious users and open-source enthusiasts. The post Brave vs Firefox: Which Open Source Browser is Better? appeared first on Linux Today.

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17 Helpful Rsync SSH Command Examples For Linux

Rsync is a very popular Linux tool that is widely used for file backups, data transfers, and data syncing between a local PC/Server to an online server. You can perform transfers and syncs including: Sending files from a remote location to a local location. Sending files from a local original to a remote location. Delete […] The post 17 Helpful Rsync SSH Command Examples For Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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How to Install Usermin on Ubuntu 20.04

Usermin is a web-based interface, mainly for webmail, designed for non-root users to perform routine tasks. In this post, we will show you how to install Usermin on Ubuntu 20.04 server. The post How to Install Usermin on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on Linux Today.

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Justin Bieber Actually Had One Of The Best Things To Say After Simone Biles Exited The Olympics Due To Her Mental Health

Spring, Texas. 24-year-old Simone Biles lives in Spring, Texas, and that’s where she trains as well, at the World Champions Centre. Simone already has 4 Olympic gold medals, and we already know she’s the greatest gymnast to ever grace this planet. Although everyone was hoping she’d gather up a few more gold medals in Tokyo, […]

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