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What Is Proxmox?

Homelabbing is a way for tech enthusiasts to run their own web server, host their media, and set up their private password management system. There are several benefits to homelabbing, even if you don’t have any interest in professional IT work.  If you’re considering getting into homelabbing, one of the easiest ways to get started …

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What Does NTP Stand For?

NTP stands for Network Time Protocol, which is a protocol that allows for the synchronization of system clocks (whether the systems are desktops or servers).  The main benefit of having synchronized clocks is convenience, but a lot of distributed applications require it, meaning that the firewall policy has to allow for the Network Time Protocol …

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How To Update Spigot

Everybody loves to play a video game, and a very popular video game is Minecraft. Minecraft is a game that has been popular with many people for several years of all ages and it continues to have many users on its platform. To play Minecraft, people normally use the software known as Spigot. Spigot, like …

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How To Update RetroArch

RetroArch offers a way to play retro games via an open-source, front-end application designed for running emulators (and the associated ROMs of those emulators). At its core, RetroArch is a program that lets you access a vast number of gaming systems and games, whether they’re on a computer, a console, or a mobile phone.  But …

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How To Exit Nano

Nano is a simple text editor for Linux systems. It isn’t powerful enough to edit large files, but it’s easy to use.  Nano is ideal for making small changes to your configuration file or writing short files of plain text. If you want to learn more about using nano, from leaving nano to exiting nano, …

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