How to download webcomics from the command line on Linux

Do you never miss a new strip from xkcd? Read webcomics regularly? Or would you like to back up all the strips of your favorite website? Hopefully, the open source community has the solution: a command line program to download all your favorite webcomics from your terminal. Before we begin, remember that you should keep […]
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What are games to play from a Linux terminal?

Who never procrastinated and played games instead of writing a paper, finishing a report, or looking after the kids? Absolutely no one. But when Linux users procrastinate, they procrastinate in style: while playing from the terminal! We tend to forget, but at first a graphical interface was not necessary for a good game. And thanks […]
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How to install OpenSim on Ubuntu

OpenSimulator (or just OpenSim) is an open-source 3D virtual world simulation server platform. It allows multiple users to custom-build a virtual environment, and to interact with each other in real-time, much like in Second Life. The virtual world simulated by OpenSim can be accessed by multi-platform viewer clients. This guide shows you how to set […]
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