Understanding The Different Shell In Linux : Zsh Shell

Understanding The Different Shell In Linux : Zsh Shell

Zsh is a very powerful shell that is more popular than the commonly used Bash. It is highly interactive and flexible enough to customize it to your needs. It also comes with a powerful auto-completion functionality, along with recursive searches and a corrector included. For all that, some consider Zsh as an extended Bourne Shell.

Understanding The Different Shell In Linux : KornShell

Understanding The Different Shell In Linux : KornShell

By default, when we talk about a shell in Linux, most people think of Bash. It is true that it is the most wide spread and arguably one of the simplest shell to begin with, but there are also plenty of other shells out there yearning for your attention. Today, we shall go through another very famous shell: the Korn Shell (“ksh” for the intimates).

How To Easily Edit Audio Tags On Linux

How To Easily Edit Audio Tags On Linux

How many times have you come across an audio file on your Music player with the name like “01.mp3” and there is no other details like the artist, album info, etc. Multiply that by the number of songs you have in your library and you know you are in for a headache. Today, I will show how you can easily manage your song’s name, structure and tags in the way you want it.

Sage, A Great Mathematical Tool For Linux

Sage, A Great Mathematical Tool For Linux

GeoGebra may be a useful tool for solving maths equation, but when it comes to more powerful functions and complicated maths, you should give Sage a try. We’ve all heard of Matlab or Magma, but Sage offers an open source alternative to those two, and is, to my opinion, simpler to use.

How To Access Facebook From The Command Line [Linux]

How To Access Facebook From The Command Line [Linux]

If you are more of a Facebook person and you want to look cool with the console, you might wonder if there is any solution for you. The answer is yes! fbcmd is a little PHP software that allows you to access your Facebook account from the command line. Except for a few missing features, fbcmd is incredibly complete.

Linux Humor : 5 Reasons Not To Take Linux Too Seriously

Linux Humor : 5 Reasons Not To Take Linux Too Seriously

No, no please don’t shoot! Of course, all Linux distro are great and should be taken seriously. But Linux is also different in many ways, especially when it comes to jokes and pranks. For this article, I will show you a short list of examples of this “Linux Humor.”

How to Run WebOS Emulator In Linux

How to Run WebOS Emulator In Linux

The open-source WebOS project from HP may not be as popular as Android or iOS, but it is definitely still active and surviving. For those who are keen to test it without having a TouchPad, here is how you can run the WebOS emulator in Linux.

How To Emulate A TI Calculator On Linux

How To Emulate A TI Calculator On Linux

For a lot of geeks, the Texas Instrument Scientific Calculator was their best friends in high school. Thanks to emulation and Linux, it is now possible to use a TI again with nostalgia.

Everything You Need to Know About Mount [Linux]

Everything You Need to Know About Mount [Linux]

Until Windows 8, a PC had no native support for ISO files. A little piece of software could help you cope with that very easily, but you still had to install it by yourself. On Linux, you can mount any ISO or file systems immediately with a simple command. However, it can be a little […]

How to Deal With Archives From the Command Line [Linux]

How to Deal With Archives From the Command Line [Linux]

There are plenty of graphical solution for dealing with archives (or zipped files) in Linux, but none of them beats the command line for the speed and versatility. The only bad thing about it is that there are so many different types of archives, each with its own specific syntax and properties and it can […]

Qubes OS: A Linux Distro For Security And Virtualization

Qubes OS: A Linux Distro For Security And Virtualization

Qubes OS is composed of light-weight virtual machines, isolated from the admin system, with each one dedicated to a special task, such as working, Internet browsing, personal activities, etc. The security comes from this virtualization process: each virtual machine comes with its own web browser, file system, etc., making sure that the different parts of your life are separated from each other, and therefore unreachable in case of breach.

Manage Your iPod via The Command line With GNUpod [Linux]

Manage Your iPod via The Command line With GNUpod [Linux]

If you remember the beginning of the iPod, you will also probably remember that it was a nightmare for Linux. Apple required iTunes on your computer, and it worked only for Mac and Windows (with terrible performances). Today, the compatibility problem is solved and there is a plethora of options available for syncing your music […]

TTYtter – Tweet via The Command Line [Linux]

TTYtter – Tweet via The Command Line [Linux]

When it comes to Twitter, there are three ways to use it: the web interface, a desktop/mobile client, or tweet from the command line (for the real Indiana Jones). The last way, despite its apparent complexity, can become very useful for people who want to reach a higher level of control over their favorite micro-blogging […]

Mastering VLC via the Command Line [Linux]

Mastering VLC via the Command Line [Linux]

Everybody loves VLC. It works under Windows, Mac, and Linux; it’s free and open source; it does practically everything we expect it to do and more; etc. Yet there is one thing that makes VLC really special for Linux – the command line. Every function, tip, and trick can be used via the command line, […]

GeoGebra, For Dynamic Geometry On Linux

GeoGebra, For Dynamic Geometry On Linux

Once in a while, I like to go back with nostalgia and take a look at the software that I was using as a kid. And recently, one of them surprised me by its development: GeoGebra, the dynamic geometry tool written in Java. What surprised me in reality is not that the program suddenly became […]

Using NTP to Sync Your Clock on Linux

Using NTP to Sync Your Clock on Linux

There is one thing that irritates me the most with computers: the clock. When you think about it, we know how to connect to machines across seas, how to express our feelings to the whole world, and yet, for a long time, my computer’s clock was off by a few minutes. I’ll admit that it […]