In Linux world there are two major shell interfaces for someone to interact with the operating system: Login shell Non-Login shell From the other hand, Microsoft Windows operating system does not have that option (well…. you can boot into safe-mode command line but that’s not intended to be used as a working environment but just […]
I usually use the lshw command as a super-user, but recently i discovered a nice tool which can help me to find out information about the Linux system i am using. This nice command line tool is called ScreenFetch. It gives you information about the distro you are using, CPU RAM and others such as: […]
screenFetch is a “Bash Screenshot Information Tool”. It fetches system/theme information in terminal for Linux desktop screenshots. It can be used to generate one of those nifty terminal theme information + ASCII distribution logos you see in everyone’s screenshots nowadays. It will auto-detect your distribution and display an ASCII version of that distribution’s logo and […]
Introduction What is SSH? Why use SSH? SSH is a network protocol similar to telnet or FTP, yet slightly different because it offers secure data communication. Security is very important nowadays because I can say that privacy does not exist anymore. Do you want to protect your data or your customers from prying eyes? Then […]
My intent is to introduce new Linux users to the Linux command line shell and make them feel comfortable with the command line environment. What does it happen when you click a button with your mouse? When you click a button a command is executed and interpreted by the shell. What is a shell? A […]
Terminator, multiple terminals in one window. The goal of this project is to produce a useful tool for arranging terminals. It is inspired by programs such as gnome-multi-term, quadkonsole, etc. in that the main focus is arranging terminals in grids (tabs is the most common default method, which Terminator also supports). The latest version is […]
If you want to open terminal easy way, you can do it by a right click from your mouse , so no need to open a from application> accessories or system tools . Follow these steps to add a terminal button to right click of your mouse menu.
661Posted October 21, 2009 by M.el Khamlichi
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