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Move Your Home Folder To A Second Drive

Make Reinstalling Faster By Having Home On A Second Drive Note: You may want to drop into tty to perform the following to avoid any weird side effects from doing this within your graphical environment. Also, for this example we will assume that your partition is sdb1 (change this to the id of your drive!). Also, have a backup handy…just in case. Mount the new partition to /tmp: sudo mkdir /mnt/tmp

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The FOSS Code of Conduct

THE FOSS CODE OF CONDUCT This code of conduct is written to guide an individual's choices and actions within the free and open source software (FOSS) community. This code will help one determine the purpose and the course of his work as well as his place as a member of this community. 1. THE ETHIC OF RECIPROCITY The most fundamental ethic is that of reciprocity–do unto others as they do unto you.

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Seven Thing To Avoid On Linux

Never do the following on Linux! New-to-Linux users often ask for advice on what NOT to do in Linux. The number of really bad things you do in Linux? That number is legion! But I will share seven things that you really should not do in Linux unless you have a darn good reason. Do not install third-party programs or scripts unless you absolutely trust the source. This includes adding random PPAs, installing obscure programs in the AUR, downloading and exectuing scripts you find on GitHub or GitLab, etc.

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Installing Let's Encrypt On Your Ubuntu Server

Downloading Let's Encrypt Log into your server. At the command line, let's update our system before installing any software: apt update apt upgrade Then install git if it's not already installed. apt install Download a clone of Let's Encrypt from their GitHub repository. It is standard practice to install third-party packages to /opt, so you should place it there. git clone https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt /opt/letsencrypt

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Markdown Syntax in Hugo

Headings Headings from h1 through h6 are constructed with a # for each level: # h1 Heading ## h2 Heading ### h3 Heading #### h4 Heading ##### h5 Heading ###### h6 Heading  Horizontal Rules Horizontal rules are lines that create a nice visual break between sections of your content. In HTML, you use the <hr> tag to create the horizontal rule. In markdown, you use one of the following:

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Getting PhpBB Installed and Themed

PhpBB Installation Documentation Check the PhpBB install documentation on how to install PhpBB on your computer. Quick Install Method Download phpBB3 from the website. Decompress the phpBB3 archive to a local directory on your system. Upload all the files contained in this archive (retaining the directory structure) to a web accessible directory on your server or hosting account. Change the permissions on config.

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How I Created This Website Using Hugo

STEP-1 : Hugo installation Check the hugo install documentation on how to install hugo on your computer. You should install it on you local machine as this would be the place to work on drafts and tweak your template. You may or may not want to install hugo to your remote machine as well. This will depend on how you wish to deploy your site. STEP-2 : Create your project Let's create a new project on our local machine.

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