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  • Microsoft unveils its first Linux OS, Azure Sphere

    Microsoft releases a custom Linux based operating system using a modified kernel. Watch Microsoft President Brad Smith making the announcement of Azure Sphere OS based on Linux for IoT devices.
    More details ➤ https://pureinfotech.com/microsoft-linux-os-azure-sphere/
    Full story ➤ https://news.microsoft.com/securitynews2018/

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    Azure Sphere
    Microsoft Linux-based OS
    Microsoft Linux
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  • Parrot Linux OS 2018 Full Installation Guide

    In the tutorial i will show you how to install Parrot OS.

    What is Parrot:
    Parrot is a GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian and focused on Penetration Testing, Digital Forensics, Programming and Privacy protection.

    Parrot Security OS (or ParrotSec) is a GNU/LINUX distribution based on Debian. It was built in order to perform penetration tests (computer security), Vulnerability Assessment and Mitigation, Computer Forensics and Anonymous Surfing. It has been developed by Frozenbox's Team.
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  • Linux Talk | Full System Backups and Moving Linux from Machine to Machine

    This video is an introduction to making full system backups and moving Linux from machine to machine. Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a 'Like' on Facebook! Thanks https://www.facebook.com/EzeeLinux

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    Watch my video about using Grsync to backup personal files: https://youtu.be/6nOojLe_CI0

    CloneZilla website: http://clonezilla.org/

    GParted website: http://gparted.org/index.php
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  • 8 Best Linux Distros (2018)

    As the old and established Linux distros continue to refine and improve, a few of the more recent kids on the Linux block have also started making some noise in 2018. Click on the timestamps below to go straight to the Linux distro that you want to see:

    Tails - 0:53
    https://tails.boum.org

    Linux Mint - 1:50
    https://www.linuxmint.com/

    Ubuntu - 2:40
    https://www.ubuntu.com/

    Elementary OS - 3:53
    https://elementary.io/

    Solus - 4:46
    https://solus-project.com/

    Debian - 5:43
    https://www.debian.org/

    Antergos - 6:49
    https://antergos.com/

    Gentoo - 7:45
    https://www.gentoo.org/

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  • How to make Linux Bootable off a USB Stick (Live USB)

    This is a complete noob friendly tutorial which will teach you how to make any linux operating system bootable from a usb. By creating a live usb you will be able to test what ever distro of linux you want on any computer with a usb port.

    Download the program in this video here: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/
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  • The Truth About Linux

    People are accusing Linux content providers, such as myself, of "lying about Linux." Well, here is the truth about Linux as I see it in late 2018.

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  • Linux Tutorials [01] - Basics Of Linux Operating System (Updated)

    Linux is a free and open source operating system which brings is mainly used in Servers and Supercomputers. Linux is bundled with features of Windows and Mac OS X. Since its open source, we have various linux distributions which cater to different needs of different users. Any user can make his own linux operating system too. Linux uses extended journaling filesystem.

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  • Install Ubuntu Linux using a bootable USB Flash Drive on any Computer

    This a complete walk through on how to create a bootable usb flash drive with Ubuntu Linux on it, and then install it to a laptop or any PC. I will show you all the files and tools you need to download and walk you step by step on how to install ubuntu onto one of my spare laptops.

    Thank you for watching, ask questions in the comments section.

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    http://youtu.be/lIF8e_5F9B4
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  • Beginner's Guide to Installing Linux Mint 19

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    HOW TO INSTALL LINUX MINT 19

    PREPARATION

    1. Create bootable DVD or USB media.

    * Download ISO image from https://linuxmint.com/
    * You can burn a bootable DVD in Windows 7 and up simply by inserting a blank DVD and then double clicking the ISO file.
    * Creating a bootable USB drive will require you to install software. Find out more here: https://mintguide.org/tools/317-make-a-bootable-flash-drive-from-an-iso-image-on-linux-mint.html

    2. Boot Linux Mint 18.

    * You will have to turn off Secure Boot in your computer's BIOS setting to be able to boot from a DVD or USB drive.
    * Once you get Linux Mint 19 booted, take time to play around and ensure that all of you hardware is working properly.
    * Check to see if you will need any proprietary drives for your system.
    * Take some time to read through the Linux Mint User's Guide to familiarize your self with the system.

    3. Backup ALL Data You Wish To Keep!

    * Do NOT use commercial backup software or the built in Windows backup utility. Linux Mint MUST be able to read the files you create.
    * Backups MUST be stored on a USB drive or other removable media.
    * It is OK to store backup data in a Zip file. Linux Mint can open them with Archive Manager.

    INSTALLATION

    WARNING! Proceed at your own risk. Installing Linux Mint will wipe out your current Windows installation and all data you have stored on the computer. There is no way to “un-install” Linux Mint!
    * It is a good idea to have another computer, smartphone or tablet available so you can have access to the Internet in case you need to look something up.
    * Turn off Secure Boot in your computer's BIOS settings.
    * Hook computer to the Internet with an Ethernet cable if drivers will be needed to use Wi-Fi.
    * Boot Linux Mint
    * Launch Linux Mint's installer and follow the directions.
    * Restart the computer. You are now Running Linux Mint!

    POST-INSTALLATION SETUP

    Follow the “First Steps” outlined in the Weclome Screen:
    * Setup Timeshift
    * Change to local mirrors
    * Install ALL updates!
    * Check for and install drivers.
    * Restart the computer.

    Tweaks:
    * Open GNOME Disks and enable Write Cache for all internal drives.
    * Enable recommended packages in Synaptic Package Manager
    * Configure the Desktop and choose startup applications.
    * Optional: Install Google Chrome browser: https://www.google.com/chrome/index.html
    * Restart and have fun!

    Linux Mint is now fully installed and ready to use.

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  • 6 Lightweight Linux Distros for Old PCs (2019)

    Not all computers are born equal, and if you have a lower-end rig you may need to look at lighweight Linux distros that will work well on older computers. There's so much variety on the Linux platform that it can actually be hard to choose the best lightweight distro for your purposes, so we've picked out six of the best of 2018.

    Alpine - https://alpinelinux.org/

    Lubuntu - https://lubuntu.net/

    Puppy Linux - http://puppylinux.org

    TinyCore - http://tinycorelinux.net/

    LXLE - http://www.lxle.net/

    Arch Linux - https://www.archlinux.org/

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