Top 5 CAD Software to Have on Linux

Due to its open-source and customizable nature, Linux has become very popular in a lot of fields, including engineering. Indeed, Benson Hougland, marketing VP of manufacturing company Opto 22, attests that one of the primary drivers of the rise of Linux is “the desire for flexibility to develop anything the [engineer] can dream of in

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File Descriptors In Linux

We have often heard that “Everything In Linux Is A File” and in this context another term which we come across is “File Descriptors”. In this module, we will have a look at what File Descriptors are in Linux and how to work with them. What are File Descriptors? File Descriptors are non-negative integers that

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Ext4 vs Btrfs Filesystems – Which one should you choose?

Choosing the suitable filesystem can sometimes be confusing, especially on specific operating systems. Today, we’re comparing Ext4 vs Btrfs filesystems in Linux. There are a lot of different file systems in Linux, like Ext4, Btrfs, ZFS, and XFS, and even though each has its unique set of capabilities, the debate mostly comes down to Btrfs vs Ext4 because they’re more commonly

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