LFCS – Turning a System Into a Router

LFCS – Turning a System Into a Router

There are times you may want to set up a system to act as a go between for a network and the Internet. This ‘go between’ is a system that acts as a router and

Bash 09 – Functions

We have covered all of Bash, except for Functions. Functions can be very helpful for a script. If you have any programming experience, then you should already have an understanding of the Function. A Function

VirtualBox Explored (Part 2)

I am sorry to have had to split the article up, but it was getting too long. The second part goes into the aspects of using more of the various features of VirtualBox. There should

Visual Studio Code August 2022

Visual Studio Code August 2022

Downloads: Windows: User System ARM | Mac: Universal 64 bit Arm64 | Linux: deb rpm tarball ARM snap Welcome to the August 2022 release of Visual Studio Code. August is when many of the engineers

Monthly News – August 2022

Monthly News – August 2022

Hi everyone, Thank you very much for your help, your donations, your feedback and everything you do to contribute to our project. Fun Stuff Wil Wheaton runs Linux Mint. It’s official! I really like him

Steam Game Server

Steam Game Server

Quite a few people use Steam to play games. Sometimes, some people may want to play a multi-player game with only immediate family. This article can help you create your own server to use. By

LFCS – Network Management

These days, we connect nearly all computers to a network in some manner. Whether the connection is Ethernet (hard-wired) or Wi-Fi, there is a method of sharing data or accessing shared data. When dealing with

Bash 08 – Arrays and For Loops

This article is another one that contains some very important information. Arrays are useful in any programming language and Bash is no exception. Arrays are like variable because it holds a value. Let’s look at

Introducing the Markdown Language Server

Introducing the Markdown Language Server

August 16, 2022 by Matt Bierner, @MattBierner Markdown support was the first feature I took ownership of when I joined Visual Studio Code back in 2016. Wow, has it really been six years? It was

Visual Studio Code July 2022

Visual Studio Code July 2022

Downloads: Windows: User System ARM | Mac: Universal 64 bit Arm64 | Linux: deb rpm tarball ARM snap Welcome to the July 2022 release of Visual Studio Code. There are many updates in this version

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