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How to record a region of your desktop as animated GIF on Linux

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How to record a region of your desktop as animated GIF on Linux
This tutorial shows how to record a region of your screen or a program window and store it as an animated gif. Those in technical spheres usually use animated gifs to quickly describe how a problem or an error gets triggered. It’s also a useful way of explaining how a particular feature in a software application works. You can easily use gifs in online forums, your company presentations, and more.

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How to compare three files in Linux using diff3 tool

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How to compare three files in Linux using diff3 tool
In one of our earlier tutorials, we discussed a Linux command line utility – dubbed diff – that allows you to compare two files line by line. But what if the requirement is to compare not two, but three files? Yes, there exists a Linux command line utility for this as well, and it’s appropriately called diff3.

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How to install ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors 4.2 and connect it to a web office on Ubuntu 16.04

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How to install ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors 4.2 and connect it to a web office on Ubuntu 16.04
ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors is a free and open source office suite that allows users to edit text documents, spreadsheets and presentations offline by providing access to the web-based ONLYOFFICE portals for an efficient remote team collaboration. This tutorial shows the installation of ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors 4.2 on Ubuntu 16.04.

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How to Mount CephFS on CentOS 7

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How to Mount CephFS on CentOS 7
I will show you how to mount Ceph as a File System on CentOS 7 in this third part of the Ceph tutorial series. Ceph is an open source storage platform, it offers high performance, reliability, and scalability. It’s a free distributed storage system that provides an interface to object, block, and file-level storage without a single point of failure.

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How to do line-by-line comparison of files in Linux using diff command – Part II

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How to do line-by-line comparison of files in Linux using diff command – Part II
Assuming that you already know the basic usage of the diff command that we explained in the first part of this diff command tutorial series, in this tutorial, we’ll discuss the various command line options the tool provides, through some easy to understand examples.

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How to do line-by-line comparison of files in Linux using diff command

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How to do line-by-line comparison of files in Linux using diff command
In Linux, the diff command can be used to compare two files, but the thing is that there’s a slight learning curve involved with this utility. If you don’t know how diff works, and are looking for quick tutorial to get started, look no further, as in this article, we will discuss the basics of this command along with some easy to understand examples.

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How to Add External Storage to ownCloud 9

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How to Add External Storage to ownCloud 9
In OwnCloud, we can add external storage as ownCloud storage devices to extend the storage capabilities of the local server. In this tutorial, I will show you how to enable an external storage or drive in ownCloud 9.

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How to Install Apache Tomcat 8.5 on CentOS 7.3

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How to Install Apache Tomcat 8.5 on CentOS 7.3
In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure Apache Tomcat 8.5 on a CentOS 7 server. Apache Tomcat is an open source Java Servlet implementation developed by the Apache Software Foundation. Beside Java Servlets, Tomcat implements several other Java server technologies including JavaServer Pages (JSP), Java Expression Language, and Java WebSocket. Tomcat provides an HTTP Web Server for Java applications with support for HTTP/2, OpenSSL for JSSE and TLS virtual hosting.

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How to wirelessly manage, control, and access your Android phone from Linux using Airdroid

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How to wirelessly manage, control, and access your Android phone from Linux using Airdroid
What if you could access your phone from your computer? Yes, there are applications that not only let you access, but also manage as well as control your phone from your PC. If you have been looking for such a solution, look no further as in this tutorial we will discuss an application dubbed AirDroid, focusing on how you can use it to access/manage/control your Android phone from your Linux computer.

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