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How to find a Word in Vim or vi text editor

How to find a Word in Vim or vi text editor

I am a new Linux and Unix-like operating system user. How do search and find words in Vi Vim? How can I find a Word in Vim or vi text editor?

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Raspberry $25 Pi 3 Model A+ Released – Complete specs and pricing

Raspberry $25 Pi 3 Model A+ Released – Complete specs and pricing

The Raspberry Pi is a small single-board computer (SBC) developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It supposes to promote the teaching of computer science, programming for kids and in developing countries. The new Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ comes with 1.4GHz clock speed, 5GHz wireless networking and improved thermals of Raspberry Pi 3B+ in a smaller form factor. It costs $25.

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Red Hat / CentOS Check and List Running Services Linux Command

Red Hat / CentOS Check and List Running Services Linux Command

How do I list all currently running services in Fedora / RHEL / CentOS Linux server? How can I check the status of a service using systemd based CentOS/RHEL 7.x?

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Debian Linux 9.6 released and here is how to upgrade it

Debian Linux 9.6 released and here is how to upgrade it

The Debian GNU/Linux project has released an updated version of its stable Linux distribution Debian 9 (‘stretch’). You must upgrade to get corrections for security problem as this version made a few adjustments for the severe issue found in Debian version 9.5.

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Ubuntu dig command not found – How to install dig on Ubuntu

Ubuntu dig command not found – How to install dig on Ubuntu

I deployed Ubuntu Linux minimal deployed in the cloud. However, I am unable to find the dig command on my newly created Ubuntu 18.04 LTS server running on Google cloud. It says ‘-bash: dig: command not found‘ I tried apt install dig command, but it failed. How do I install dig command on Ubuntu Linux using the command line over ssh?

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KDE has been deprecated in RHEL 7.6 and future version of RHEL

KDE has been deprecated in RHEL 7.6 and future version of RHEL

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is well known to set defaults across the industry. For example, RHEL pushed systemd so hard that all other Linux distro adopted for good or bad reasons. Now Red Hat announced that KDE Plasma Workspaces (KDE) been deprecated from RHEL 7.6 and all future version of RHEL.

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Open Source Linux Powered System76 Thelio Desktops Is Here

Open Source Linux Powered System76 Thelio Desktops Is Here

Thelio Linux Desktop
The top 500 most powerful supercomputers on the planet run Linux operating system. Linux has a 100% market share of those machines and a large share of cloud computing, VMs, and bare metal market too. Obviously, developers and people who care about their privacy need Linux pre-installed so that they can get back to work ASAP. System76 released new desktop systems with Linux pre installed. The Thelio desktops computer available with both AMD and Intel CPU. AMD is more user-friendly to the Linux and provides a better price-performance ratio.

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Book Review: Absolute FreeBSD (3rd Edition)

Book Review: Absolute FreeBSD (3rd Edition)

Book Review: Absolute FreeBSD 3rd edFreeBSD is a free and open source operating system for many different kinds of computers. FreeBSD’s based upon BSD, the version of UNIX developed at the University of California, Berkeley. FreeBSD is an alternative to Linux or Windows-based system. You can run almost all apps written in Perl, Python, PHP and other programming languages. FreeBSD heavily used by Netflix, EMC, IBM, Juniper, NetApp, Apple, Sony, and others. Absolute FreeBSD (3rd ed) book aims to be the complete guide to FreeBSD. Let us see why Michael W. Lucas’ FreeBSD system administration books so favorite among Unix lovers.

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