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The command line is seriously powerful. If you are a system administrator, here are some Linux command line tools you should know and use.
It can be difficult to remember all the commands in Linux. Betty is a Siri-like helper for the Linux command line that allows you use the Linux command line through natural language input.
Stream2chromecast lets you stream local media from your computer as well as from the Internet to your Chromecast. It works right from the command line. Here’s how.
Lynx is an open source Web browser that lets you access websites from the command line; it only displays the text part of a Web page. Here’s how it works.
It is easy to burn an ISO file to a CD/DVD-ROM, but it may not be easy to create ISO file. This article shows you how to create ISO files in Linux.
Sometimes you just want things to stay between you and ….. you! Luckily, you can even hide the Linux Command Line History by using Incognito Mode. Here’s how.
Did you know it’s possible to get weather information via the Linux Command Line without installing a utility? It is, thanks to WTTR.IN! Here’s how.
Animated GIFs have become really popular in the past few years. Here is how you can create and edit animated Gifs from the command line in Ubuntu.
Want to run UNIX commands on your Mac via the Command Line Tools utilities? You can do so with our without Xcode. Here’s how to do it without.
GUI-fans will be happy to know that image editing can be performed through the command line. Convert is a tool that can convert images and more on Linux.
As an Ubuntu user, surely you’re familiar with Apt-get. However, it’s slowly being phased out in favor of the new Apt. Here’s how Apt differs from the Apt-get.package
When you understand the way SSH pipes on Linux work, you can get seriously creative. This article covers what happens when you combine Unix pipes and SSH.
Netstat is a command line utility that can be used to monitor network connections. In this tutorial we will discuss how to use Netstat to find information about network connections and open ports on a Linux system.
The Linux ‘Find’ command can be used to find and locate a list of files and directories based on conditions specified. In this tutorial we show you the most used find command examples in Linux.
Analyzing and monitoring the network traffic of an entire network infrastructure is a very important task. In this article we discuss some Linux command line tools that can be used to monitor network bandwidth.
Want more information about your hardware? This tutorial takes a quick look at some of the most commonly used commands to check hardware information and configuration details on Linux.
Glances is a cross-platform command-line text-based tool to monitor your system. Here’s how to install and configure it on Ubuntu.