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RPM Fusion third-party repositories and how to enable those on Fedora, RedHat, and Centos Linux

Repositories are servers that contain packages/software/libraries which you can install on your Linux distribution. The main repository of all the Linux Distributions provides software which are open source, but then what about closed, proprietary software? How to get those in your Linux Distro? Most of the Linux Distribution support of third-party repositories. RPM Fusion is …

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The Linux Top Command

In Linux, there are commands for everything. There is even one that will help us monitor the system in a basic way. That is why we will examine the Linux top command. The top command is used to monitor a Linux system from the terminal. With this command, you can know the CPU load, RAM …

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How to Install Wine on Linux

Wine (originally an acronym for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”)  is an execution layer that allows applications developed for Windows to run on Linux, macOS, & BSD. So you come from Windows and you need an application that is not available for Linux, Wine is for you. Wine translates Windows API calls into POSIX calls …

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