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How to Manage Linux system resources in style with Bpytop

Bpytop is an advanced, terminal-based control center for Linux. With it, users can view and manage their CPU usage, RAM/SWAP usage, network download/upload, and even terminate running programs!  In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to set up the Bpytop app on Linux. We’ll also go over how to …

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How to install NotepadQQ on Linux

NotepadQQ is an exciting application that attempts to bring Linux users what Notepad++ does on Windows: an impressive, Microsoft Notepad-like text editor that supports various programming languages and other useful features. Here’s how to get it installed on your Linux system. Ubuntu installation instructions If you want to get NotepadQQ …

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How to set up the Jellyfin media server on Linux

Jellyfin is an open-source fork of the Emby media server. They’re very similar in software, but Jellyfin is widely considered to be superior, as the Emby developers have recently gone closed source. Setting up a Jellyfin media server on Linux isn’t a complicated process. Much like the software, it is …

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