Linux Basics: ‘Script’ Command Records Whatever You Do In The Terminal
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Linux Basics: ‘Script’ Command Records Whatever You Do In The Terminal

Mostly, we, all, use the Up/Down arrow keys or the history command to find out…

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Rainbow Stream: A Terminal-based Twitter Client
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Rainbow Stream: A Terminal-based Twitter Client

Introduction Rainbow Stream is a terminal-based Twitter Client written using Python language. It is smart,…

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How To Enable Tab Complete Heroku Commands In Oh-My-Zsh
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How To Enable Tab Complete Heroku Commands In Oh-My-Zsh

Heroku Client is the (Command Line Interface) CLI tool for creating and managing Heroku apps.…

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How to add, delete, move, rename, copy files and folders in Linux (video)
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How to add, delete, move, rename, copy files and folders in Linux (video)

In order to be able to feel comfortable around the terminal, you need to know…

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Install Terminator – Multiple GNOME terminals in one window
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Install Terminator – Multiple GNOME terminals in one window

Terminator is a program that allows users to set up flexible arrangements of GNOME terminals.…

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How To Look Up Dictionary Definitions Via Terminal
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How To Look Up Dictionary Definitions Via Terminal

Most people when they find a word they’re not familiar with, they Google it. Either…

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Guake: A Drop-Down Terminal For GNOME In Ubuntu
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Guake: A Drop-Down Terminal For GNOME In Ubuntu

Guake is a drop-down terminal for GNOME and any other desktop. It aims to provide a…

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How To Empty Trash From Terminal in Ubuntu
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How To Empty Trash From Terminal in Ubuntu

Feel Linux in Windows And Stay Connected With Linux Via Mosh
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Feel Linux in Windows And Stay Connected With Linux Via Mosh

Fact: There is no Mosh client for windows. Cheer up!! But there is a workaround.…

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Quit Terminal After A Specified Time of Idleness
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Quit Terminal After A Specified Time of Idleness

Hello Geeks! Is been a long time I wrote about something tricky and geeky. Today…

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10 ‘cat’ Command Examples for Beginners
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10 ‘cat’ Command Examples for Beginners

“cat” is one of the commands that is used mostly in our everyday activities, so…

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tmux: A Terminal multiplexer
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tmux: A Terminal multiplexer

tmux is a terminal multiplexer written in C. It enables a number of terminals to…

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Ten ‘Find’ Command Examples for Beginners
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Ten ‘Find’ Command Examples for Beginners

find command is used for locate files in a directory hierarchy on Linux/Unix systems. You can search…

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Useful Commands for Linux Users – Episode 5
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Useful Commands for Linux Users – Episode 5

The Command-line is more powerful because you can do lots with them. Yyou can tell…

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Useful commands for Linux normal users and administrators
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Useful commands for Linux normal users and administrators

Recently, CLI is mostly used by Linux/Unix administrators since most popular linux distros come with…

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11 useful commands for Linux/Unix administrators
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11 useful commands for Linux/Unix administrators

Command line is more powerful because you can do  lot with them,  you can tell your…

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Saving session terminal states with screen command
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Saving session terminal states with screen command

Have you ever been using a terminal in Linux and mistakenly closed the terminal or…

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How to avoid sudo password prompt?
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How to avoid sudo password prompt?

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