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  1. SudoChecksum

    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

    Yes thats the one. I use the user edition for stable everyday use.
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    Enpass is also a good alternitive , you save your password local or backup to your own nextcloud instance. it also has a mobile app and browser extensions. https://www.enpass.io/downloads/
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    I personally use Eset antivirus for Linux , (this one is not free though). https://www.eset.com/us/home/antivirus-linux/
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    Auto Zip a directory Daily

    - Make a file called zipper.sh (name it how you want it). - Make the file executable chmod +x zipper.sh -Open the file with a text editor / IDE and give it the following content #!/bin/bash zip -r /home/sudochecksum/pictures.zip /home/sudochecksum/Pictures/ -r means recurse into directories...
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    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

    (5sec recorded gif) KDE Neon Plasma 5 Desktop with mp4 video as wallpaper