Google Opens Document Editing To Users Without a Google Account

Google has listened to user feedback and is currently testing a feature that will let G Suite users invite non-Google account holders to view, comment, suggest edits, and even directly edit Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides files. From a report: This wasn’t possible until now, and G Suite users could only share documents and request feedback from users that owned a Google account. The way this new feature will work is via PINs (Personal Identification Numbers). Google said that G Suite users would be able to invite a non-Google user to view or edit a document via email. The said email would contain a link to the shared document. Non-Google users will be able to access the link and request an PIN that it would be delivered via a second email. Once they enter the PIN code, users can then view or edit the shared file -based on the assigned


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Ubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS comes to Dell Precision 5530 and 3530 mobile workstations

While many people and companies are jumping on the Linux bandwagon these days, it is important to remember that Dell has long been a proponent of the open source kernel. It has offered Ubuntu on some of its computers — a gutsy move being such a major Microsoft partner. It may not seem major these days, but when one of the largest makers of Windows computers embraced Linux, it was monumental. Dell remains a major Windows computer manufacturer, but its commitment to Ubuntu and open source ideology remains. The company has slowly been updating the pre-loaded version of Ubuntu from… [Continue Reading]


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30 Grep Examples

 LinuxHint: grep is a basic program used for pattern matching and it was written in the 70s along with the rest of the UNIX tools that we know and love (or hate).


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How To Install OpenLDAP Server for Centralized Authentication

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP in short) is an industry standard, lightweight, widely used set of protocols for accessing directory services. A directory service is a shared information infrastructure for accessing, managing, organizing, and…
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How to install Rainloop Webmail on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Rainloop is a free, open source, simple and fast web-based email client that can be used to access emails from any mail servers like Postfix, Gmail, Yahoo and many more. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Rainloop webmail client on Ubuntu 18.04 server.


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Red Hat Enterprise Linux comes to Windows 10 in the form of WLinux Enterprise

Earlier in the year open-source software startup Whitewater Foundry brought WLinux to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Not content with creating the first native Linux distribution for WSL, the company has now gone a step further, targeting enterprise users with WLinux Enterprise. Whitewater Foundry says that WLinux Enterprise is the first product to support the industry-standard Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Windows Subsystem for Linux. See also: Mageia 7 Beta 1 Linux distribution now available for download Ubuntu-based Linux Mint 19.1 ‘Tessa’ Beta now available with Cinnamon, MATE, or Xfce Windows 10 now has its own exclusive Linux distro… [Continue Reading]


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