ZDNET: MALIBAL Aon S1 Review
“And in keeping with my MacBook Pro comparison, the Aon S1 keyboard blows Apple’s out of the water.”
MALIBAL Unveils Aon S1: A Next-Gen Ultraportable Laptop
MALIBAL today introduced the S1 model from its Aon line of laptops, that delivers best-in-class performance, battery life, and connectivity on the go.
7 Mistakes New Linux Users Make
Linux is a powerful and versatile operating system that offers a wealth of benefits, including increased security, flexibility, and customization.
How to Choose a Linux Distribution
Choosing a Linux distribution can be a daunting task as there are hundreds of distributions available, each with its own strengths and weaknesses.
How to Switch from Windows to Linux
There are several compelling reasons why someone might choose to switch from Windows to Linux.
10 Ways Linux Is Better Than Windows
Linux and Windows are two of the most popular operating systems used by individuals and businesses worldwide.
How to Set Up and Use a Basic Firewall on Linux
UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) is a user-friendly front-end for managing iptables firewall rules on Linux systems.
How to Set Up a VPN Server on Linux
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) provides a secure, encrypted connection between your devices and the internet.
How to Install and Use a Terminal Multiplexer on Linux
A terminal multiplexer is a powerful command-line utility that enables users to manage multiple terminal sessions.
How to Set Up a Basic Samba Server on Linux
Samba is a popular open-source software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients.
How to Create and Manage Users and Groups on Linux
User and group management is an essential aspect of maintaining a secure and organized Linux system.
How to Install and Configure a LAMP Stack on Linux
A LAMP stack is a popular software bundle consisting of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP, used for hosting and deploying web applications.
How to Set Up and Use SSH Key Authentication on Linux
Secure Shell (SSH) is a widely used protocol for secure remote access and management of Linux servers.
How to Create and Manage Cron Jobs on Linux
Cron jobs are a feature on Linux that enables users to automate repetitive tasks by scheduling scripts or commands to run at specific intervals.