HOWTO: Run Linux on Android without root

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You can run Linux on your Android tablet or phone! You might be thinking… “Wait, isn’t Android already Linux?”. Well, yes and no. Andriod is a Linux variant which is now heavily locked down. Mainly […]

Is there a OneDrive client for Linux?

OneDrive for GNOME3

Simple enough question, easy answer? OneDrive for Linux. You’ve probably no doubt heard Microsoft whitter on about how much they love Linux and Open Source recently, but what about the use of their flagship products […]

SSHPass: How to SSH into a server using a script with no password (non-interactively)

SSHPass

Ever asked yourself: How do I use ssh in a shell script? How do I login non-interactively performing password authentication with SSH and shell scripts? How do I login over ssh without using password less […]

Howto: What is Git and Github? How do I use it and why should I care?

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Git was made by Linus Torvalds in 2005, originally as version control software to better enable contributors to upload code to the Linux kernel. Git is a version control system. Sometimes referred to as an SCM […]

Pro Tip: For, While and Until Loops

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LEVEL: SYSADMIN / TIME: 1-2 min. Here’s some handy quick reference examples to go back to easily if you are needing to use for, while and until loops in your bash shell scripts. This is […]

How to use Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Amazon S3 and more in Linux

Using Google Drive via the Ubuntu Control Center

Google Drive hasn’t been supported on Linux officially, well, ever…. It’s been possible to use it in the past using third party apps like inSync or the more basic Gdrive. However since version 3.18, the GNOME desktop […]