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3 password managers for the Linux command line

We all want our passwords to be safe and secure. To do that, many people turn to password management applications like KeePassX or Bitwarden.If you spend a lot of time in a terminal window and are looking for a simpler solution, you’ll want to check out one of the many password managers for the Linux command line. They’re quick, easy to use, and secure.Let’s take a look at three of them.read more

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Replicate your custom Linux settings with DistroTweaks

Currently, there are more than 300 different Linux operating system distributions available. Each distro serves a slightly different purpose with slightly different bundles of programs for different communities of users.Even though there are hundreds of different versions of Linux, it hasn’t been very easy for individual customizers to share them with the community. DistroTweaks, a process that allows users to customize and share Linux, is a better option than what’s come before.read more