EFNetLinux Homepage

Linuxtoday.com
  • Amp Up Your Linux Music Library With DeaDBeeF
  • How to Install Kodi on Linux
  • How to Check if a File or Directory Exists in Python
  • Tails 3.14 Anonymous Linux OS Adds Mitigations for the Intel MDS Vulnerabilities
  • How to Install ArangoDB NoSQL Database on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
  • How to Keep Ubuntu Up to Date
  • How To Force fsck (Filesystem Consistency Check) After Reboot
  • Olivia: Cloud-Based Music Player With YouTube Support And Over 25,000 Online Radio Stations
  • How to Install the Latest AMD Drivers on Debian 10 Buster
  • Slashdot

    Slashdot

  • Can James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger Revive The 'Terminator' Franchise?
  • SpaceX's Train of Satellites Creates Temporary 'Mega-Constellation'
  • CrossFit Storms Off Facebook and Instagram
  • Is Go Google's Programming Language, Not Ours?
  • Strict 'Do Not Track' Law Proposed By US Senator
  • Consumer Reports: Tesla's New Automatic Lane-Changing Is Much Worse Than a Human Driver
  • Why the US Air Force Is Investigating a Cyber Attack From the US Navy
  • Neal Stephenson Says Social Media Is Close To A 'Doomsday Machine'
  • Systemd Now Has More Than 1.2 Million Lines of Code
  • Why Are Some Wealthy Kids Getting Extra Time To Finish Their SAT Tests?
  • 'How I Cheated On My Microsoft Job Interview'
  • Replacing JavaScript: How eBay Made a Web App 50x Faster With WebAssembly
  • NASA Announces First Commercial Partner For A Space Station Orbiting The Moon
  • An RV Camp Sprang Up Outside Google's HQ. Now Mountain View Wants To Ban It
  • Huawei Has Now Been Cut Off By the SD Association, Wi-Fi Alliance
    Search Slashdot stories


  • The EFnet IRC channel #Linux

    #Linux is the result of years of finely crafted slacking, the labors of many a bored geek. We hope it brings you as much joy as it has us.

    Insofar as EFnet (or IRC in general) is not utter anarchy, #Linux has grown up around a small group of "regulars", some of which have taken up the job of managing it. Some of them are here.

    We are unpaid volunteers who believe in the power and flexibility of the Linux operating system. We try to help everyone, but alas, we can't. Please make an effort to exhaust all other avenues of research before asking your questions in #Linux. There's a ton of documentation, both on your machine, and on the web. Make use of them, and web search engines please.

    Linfo is our friendly bot. He can answer quite a few of your questions already and learns more each day.






    Hosted by DifferNet


    Copyright 2010 EFNet #Linux