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    Beginner Touch Typing Tutor

    If you're new to Linux and want to learn how to control the system with CLI (Command Line Interface), you may want to increase your typing speed and accuracy to facilitate that goal. Pop's default shell is Bash, which is more than adequate for most of us, but you may want to use other shells in...
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    Systemctl --now option

    Having a read in the wiki I came across the the command sudo systemctl enable --now unit, equivalent to sudo systemctl enable unit && sudo systemctl start unit , which is what I've been doing lately. I've also been using && with disable and stop. The wiki didn't mention it, but the man page...
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    Guide Beginner Formatting drives with the Disks utility

    Most Linux distributions utilizing the GNOME 3 desktop environment will have “Disks” installed by default. It’s a powerful tool for managing partitions and formatting drives through the ease of a GUI (Graphical User Interface). You can find it by pressing super + a, which will reveal all of the...
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    Beginner Choice Advice For Linux First Timers

    Thinking about taking your first steps into the Linux world? Admittedly, there is a huge learning curve when adjusting to a new operating system, so sit back, and I’ll walk you through a crash-course in Linux 101! The following is the result of my first two years of experience with Linux...
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    Guide Beginner Backup Pop!_OS. Simple, easy and thorough

    At some point you’re going to decide to keep your current installation, and when that happens you will want to start making backups to keep your data, hard work, and configurations safe. There are many ways you can do backups with Linux, but today I want to share one that is extremely easy to...