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Ubuntu Is Switching to Wayland

Wayland is intended as a simpler replacement for X, easier to develop and maintain. GNOME and KDE are expected to be ported to it.

Wayland is a protocol for a compositor to talk to its clients as well as a C library implementation of that protocol. The compositor can be a standalone display server running on Linux kernel modesetting and evdev input devices, an X application, or a wayland client itself. The clients can be traditional applications, X servers (rootless or fullscreen) or other display servers.

Part of the Wayland project is also the Weston reference implementation of a Wayland compositor. Weston can run as an X client or under Linux KMS and ships with a few demo clients...

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50 Linux interview questions

I am unsure where I found these questions, but they are a great source to test yourself and see where you stand with your knowledge of Linux. Below are listed the top 50 Linux interview questions. Good luck!

1. What does nslookup do?
2. How do you display the top most process utilizing CPU process?
3. How to check all open ports on a Linux machine and block the unused ports?
4. What is Linux? How is it different from UNIX?
5. Explain the boot process of Unix System in details.
6. How do you change the permissions? How to create a file that’s read-only property?
7. Explain SUDO in detail. What are its disadvantages?
8. What is the difference between UDP and TCP?
9. Describe the boot order of a Linux machine.
10. Design a 3-tier web application.
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Parrot Security OS and Hacking Tools Full Review 1080p – The Best Kali Linux Alternative

Parrot Security OS and Hacking Tools Full Review 1080p – The Best Kali Linux Alternative

 
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Linus Torvalds – The Code: Story of Linux documentary

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New and improved blog!

Greetings all,

I have gone and made a new blog that reflects my passion for the Linux operating system (geek alert!).

I will cover howtos, reviews and relevant news in the Linux world including security, cyber crime, and certifications.

This site is still under construction,  so hang in there.

-TriKster Abacus

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