VPNs for Linux, Android Alternatives and more Linux Stuff

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Subject: Elvish Shell, VPNs for Linux, Android Alternatives and more Linux Stuff
Date: Fri, 31 May 2019 04:57:00 +0000
From: Abhishek from It's FOSS <abhishek@...>
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Weekly Newsletter #2019.20

Hi ,

I have been asked to advise the best VPNs for Linux several times in the past few months. So Ankush and I came up with this list of VPNs that provide Linux support

I also wrote about various ways of using Linux commands on Windows. This is helpful for students who have to run Linux commands but cannot ditch Windows immediately.

Speaking of Windows, I rewrote the tutorial on creating a bootable Windows USB in Linux. I also updated an old article about open source Android alternatives. Considering the Huawei fiasco, this article becomes relevant once again.

GitHub has launched a new program that allows open source contributors to get sponsors for their work akin to Patreon.

John Paul has a quick look at Elvish Shell, a new alternative to shell.

If you are new to Linux command line and want to learn more on it, Oleksandr Volynets os is still offering his online course "Basics of Linux Shell" on Udemy for FREE to It's FOSS readers. The course is originally prices above $100. This offer is for limited time. 

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Print Execution Time of Shell Script in Linux

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tr command in Linux Explained With Examples

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nslookup Command: 7 Practical Examples

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