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How to download Steam games to USB on Linux

Steam games are downloaded to the Steam library. You can move the Steam library anywhere you want however, the games will always download to it. This is a problem if you’re short on disk space and have a lot of large games that you want to play, or you’d like …

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How to upgrade to Wine 5.0 on Linux

Wine 5.0 is out, and with it comes even more excellent improvements for Linux gamers. There’s a lot to love with this new version of Wine, but some of the best new things are: support for multiple monitors, the Vulkan graphics tool is updated to version 1.1, PE module support, …

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How to make your own Ubuntu post-installation script

Setting up Ubuntu with your favorite programs can be tedious. You have to search with the terminal for each application. Instead, consider creating a “post-installation” script. A shell script you can run right after a new installation of Ubuntu that will automatically install all programs with no effort. Note: not …

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How to use the Kaku music streaming app on Linux

Are you tired of paying for music streaming services like Spotify or Google Music for your Linux desktop? Introducing Kaku, an innovative music-streaming app that lets you play music from YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, and other sources for free, right on the Linux desktop. Installing Kaku Before we can go over …

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How to set up OpenMediaVault on Raspberry Pi 4

The Raspberry Pi 4 is the latest offering from the Raspberry Pi foundation, and it’s incredible. It’s the first device in the Raspberry Pi microcomputer lineup with 4 GB of RAM, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and USB 3.0 ports. These new upgrades make it perfect to use as a low-cost …

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How to run Microsoft Word on Linux

Need to get Microsoft Word running on your Linux laptop or desktop for use at work or school? Unsure about how to set it up? Follow along as we demonstrate how to run Microsoft Word on Linux! Method 1 – Unofficial-webapp-office For those looking to get going with Microsoft Word …

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How to install FileZilla on Linux

While many people on Linux scoff at the use of FTP, as it is ancient, it still has its uses, like quick file transfers over SSH, moving large amounts of data over a LAN, or for emergency server backups. There are many great FTP clients available on Linux, but none …

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Best USB Bluetooth Adapters that are Linux-compatible

Do you want to add Bluetooth support to your Linux desktop or laptop? If so, consider getting a USB Bluetooth adapter. They’re inexpensive and a great way to add Bluetooth connectivity with ease. Finding a Linux-compatible Bluetooth adapter is hard work, as not many manufacturers support Linux out of the …

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