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How to play Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on Linux

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is the 5th entry in the Metal Gear Solid series. In MGS V, you play as Punished “Venom” Snake, during his adventures in Soviet-occupied Afganistan. The game was developed by Kojima Productions and published by Konami. It was released in 2015 and was …

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How to send files securely on Linux

Do you have some sensitive files you want to send to a fellow Linux user over the internet or even your own local network? Don’t trust other file sharing apps on the Linux platform because they don’t protect your privacy or security? Check out Wormhole! It’s a unique command-line tool …

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How to transcode video files in VLC on Linux

VLC is more than just a media player. Did you know that it can also be used to convert video files to various file formats? It’s true! VLC is a powerful media toolkit, and Linux users use it for all sorts of things. In this guide, we’ll go over how …

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How to play Nintendo 3DS games on Linux

The Nintendo 3DS is a handheld video game console built by Nintendo. It was released in February 2011, and is one of Nintendo’s most successful video game consoles, selling millions of units. If you love the Nintendo 3DS and want to experience it on your Linux PC, you can, thanks …

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How to install the Boston icon theme on Linux

The Boston icon theme is a beautiful, flat mac-like icon theme for Linux. It focuses on basic shapes, and a reduced color palette to convey a minimalist look. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set it up on Linux. Downloading Boston icons To get your hands on the …

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How to use the Cherry Tree note-taking app on Linux

Cherry Tree is a hierarchical note-taking application for Linux and Windows. It has a lot of excellent features, such as rich text editing and syntax highlighting, and efficient note storage. In this guide, we’ll go over how to install the Cherry Tree note-taking application on all major Linux operating systems. …

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How to set up uGet downloader on Linux

The uGet downloader is a cross-platform download manager that allows users to download files at faster speeds. It also allows users to pause and resume file downloads, and it even handles boutique protocols like Torrent and others. In this guide, we’ll go over how to install the uGet download manager …

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