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In Linux, dotfiles are hidden text files that are used to store various configuration settings for many such as Bash and Git to more complex applications like i3 or VSCode. Most of these files are contained in the ~/.config directory or right in the home directory. Editing these files allows you to customize applications beyond...

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Python is one of the most popular and powerful programming languages available. Because it's free and open source, it's available to everyone — and most Fedora systems come with the language already installed. Python is useful for a wide variety of tasks, but among them is processing comma-separated value (CSV) data. CSV files often start...

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Cockpit is a very useful utility allowing you to manage a compatible system over the network from the comfort of a web browser (See the list of supported web browsers and Linux distributions). One such feature is the ability to manage storage configuration. Cockpit contains a frontend for udisks2 – it allows you to create...

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A network firewall is more or less what it sounds like: a protective barrier that prevents unwanted network transmissions. They are most frequently used to prevent outsiders from contacting or using network services on a system. For instance, if you're running a laptop at school or in a coffee shop, you probably don't want strangers...

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The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Fedora 32 Beta, the next step towards our planned Fedora 32 release at the end of April. Download the prerelease from our Get Fedora site: Get Fedora 32 Beta Workstation Get Fedora 32 Beta Server Or, check out one of our popular variants, including...

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