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The shutdown command in Linux is used to down system securely.

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 9to5Linux.com: As its codename suggests, Netrunner 20.01 Twenty is also the project's twentieth release.

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Learn how to install TensorFlow inside a virtual environment on CentOS 8.

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Why Postgres Continues to Grow in the Enterprise
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Enterprises are increasingly using the open source PostgreSQL database. Read in this Q&A where the growth is coming from and how some of it is from users in the cloud.

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Linux 5.6 rc3
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Linus Torvalds: Fairly normal rc3 as far as I can tell.

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 9to5Linux: GNOME 3.34.4 is here as a minor bugfix release to GNOME 3.34, addressing various issues

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