Logging from the command line in Linux is important. There are a number of ways to save both output and errors from command into files on Linux. Learn about them here.
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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.
This article goes over several ways to push terminal programs into the background and keep them there by running bash commands. Each method listed is good for its own special-use case.
Want to have a little fun with Google Now? These funny and useful Google Now commands will show just how smart Google really is.
Did you know that Google saves all of the voice commands that you have ever said to the Google Now app? Luckily, you can delete those Google Now commands easily. Here’s how!
One of the best ways to get the most out of Terminal is to learn what it can do. Here are ten terminal commands for Mac that you should know.
The ‘ps’ command is an invaluable tool used to check running processes on a Unix system. Discover some amazing options available to ‘ps.’
Ever wondered how much of your deleted files can be recovered through hard drive forensics? Permanently delete files on Linux with secure-delete.
In Windows, you can use the Run commands to quickly access tools and tasks. Here is a good list of useful Run commands to help you be more productive.
ADB is useful as it allows you to perform a number of actions on your Android device from your PC. Here are some of the ADB commands that you should know.
The Linux “top” command is often the go to tool for system administrators. “htop”, “iotop” and “glances” are 3 more system monitoring tools to supplement top.
Sometimes, you just need your Mac to be up and running at a certain time of the day when you are not around. This trick will keep your Mac rise and shine, or get to bed at the time you want it to be.
One can never say it enough: the terminal is a very powerful tool, and is probably the most interesting part in Unix. Among the plethora of useful commands and scripts that you can use, some seem less practical, if not completely useless. I’ve selected for you a couple of commands that are useless because they […]
This tutorial gives you the basics to use Vim correctly, and then present a few tips that will allow you to learn on your own.
Mac OS X is built to be so user-friendly that anyone can use it, regardless of their level of experience when dealing with computers. However, delve beneath OS X’s shimmering surface by launching Terminal and you will find it possible to unlock hidden features, perform advanced tasks, tweak and troubleshoot your Mac. This tutorial will […]