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Different Linux distributions use different package managers to handle installing software. Take a look at the install commands on these popular distros.
It can be so difficult for new users to remember Linux commands that they need to fully utilize their system. These tricks make it easier to do so.
Grep is a powerful tool for finding patterns and words on Unix-like systems. Find out what Grep is and how to use it to find text from files or folders.
It would be helpful if your Linux scripts and terminal commands could send you desktop notifications. Well, they can, and it’s super easy to set up!
MPD is an amazing tool that lets you take control of your music library in Linux. Use it with NCMPCPP for the ultimate command-line music experience!
If you’re coming to Windows from macOS or Linux, you might miss the powerful shell. Learn how you can install zsh and Oh My Zsh and get a shell running in Windows 10.
If you administer a number of Macs, it is easier to run common tasks through the command line. Here’s how you can update apps using Terminal on Mac.
macOS comes with a bewildering array of commands that you can use in the Terminal. If you are looking for a command, here’s how you can quickly find out all the terminal commands on Mac.
By default, macOS only includes a standard set of commands for its Terminal. To add new commands to Mac’s terminal, here’s how to do so.
For those command line geeks who want to do a Google search from the command line, what solution do you have? Googler is the answer for you.
Diff is a command line tool that allows you to compare two files and see the differences between them. Here is how you can use diff to easily compare files in Linux.
Have you ever wanted to learn “scripting” in Linux but are not sure where to start? This beginner’s guide shows you how easy it is to start scripting in Linux. Check it out!
Rather than searching for emojis on the Internet, you can also search for emojis on your system. Here’s how you can do that in the Linux command line.
While most torrents are downloaded using a GUI, you can download torrents from the command line too. Here’s how you can do so in Ubuntu.
Have you ever wanted to run bash script as a root user during startup? Here’s how you can harness the power of cron and set your scripts to run at startup.
In Linux, there are several ways to switch to the root user and it can be confusing. Learn the differences between each command and their use cases.
While Telegram comes with a desktop client for most operating systems, it can be accessed via the command line too. Here’s how to use Telegram from the Linux command line.