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Open Directories / Re: Tons of content, good speeds, get it while you still can
Last post by FieryBlake -
Sadly, it doesn't look organized at all. You'll spend day trying to organize it, from the looks of it.
If you feel "brave / bored" enough to organize this, and want to "back it up" on a gsuite drive, let me know, and I'll provide a GSuite Drive for you, either from my own company account, or from an EDU account. The content looks nice, but the organization looks like a pain in my arse, truth be told.
So, if you're up to the task, the least I can do is give you a free, unlimited storage account.

Yep. I can dl and upload all day long. Besides I am not gonna mirror everything, I am just gonna mirror stuff that isn't easily found elsewhere.
So pm me that account. I also have some stuff of my own that isn't easily found, will upload that too.
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Open Directories / Re: Tons of content, good speeds, get it while you still can
Last post by Parazite -
I have the google drive, i will download any content people ask for and reupload it on the weboasis filehost. I don't want to give the link to the gdrive because they may get suspicious about all the new people joining their group.
Sadly, it doesn't look organized at all. You'll spend all day trying to organize it, from the looks of it.
If you feel "brave / bored" enough to organize this, and want to "back it up" on a gsuite drive, let me know, and I'll provide a GSuite Drive for you, either from my own company account, or from an EDU account. The content looks nice, but the organization looks like a pain in my arse, truth be told.
So, if you're up to the task, the least I can do is give you a free, unlimited storage account.
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Linux / Linux Starter Help
Last post by sys3 -
Distros:
https://manjaro.org/ Arch-Based Distro good for beginners (a post talking about why this might not be a good distro? I still think it is... https://rentry.co/manjaro-controversies)
https://www.archlinux.org/ Arch, good for more experienced users, a lot more customization in the beginning
https://artixlinux.org/ Arch, but without SystemD
https://www.debian.org/
https://ubuntu.com/
https://www.parabola.nu/ Arch, but full libre

Other:
https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/
https://wiki.archlinux.org/
https://stackexchange.com/
https://linuxreviews.org/
https://github.com/trimstray/the-practical-linux-hardening-guide
https://github.com/orhun/kmon
https://github.com/aristocratos/bashtop
https://boards.4chan.org/t/thread/923124#q923124
https://fglt.nl/
https://lxadm.com/Main_Page
http://mewbies.com/
https://tools.kali.org/
https://man.cx/
https://www.tecmint.com/linux-commands-cheat-sheet/
https://fossbytes.com/a-z-list-linux-command-line-reference/

Some good commands:
`man "program-name"` Command that will open the manual for a program, useful to understand a command's options and what it does
`program-name --help OR program-name -h` Flag for showing the help description of a command 
`apropos text` Another help command
`htop` Monitor system resources
`ls` List items of your current directory
`cd` Change directory, running `cd` by itself will put you in your home directory and running `cd ..` will put you 1 directory behind the current one.
`mkdir` Make directory
`rm` Remove, add the -r flag `rm -r` will let you delete recursively (folders)
`killall "service-name"` Kills all of a service, is very nice since it doesn't require the PID (Process ID)
You can pipe a commands output into another command using the character `|`
You can run multiple commands in one life by separating them with ` ; `
:P  :P  :P  :P  :P  :P  :P  :P
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VPN / Re: WebOasis Official WireGuard VPN
Last post by thunderchad -
I really like the idea you guys switched to WireGuard. Looks great. I would totally love to have a slice of a VPN request. Thnx-a-million!

And I, too, promise to follow the rules 100% & not to make bomb threatsO:)