mv command in Linux is used for moving and renaming files and directories. In this tutorial, you’ll learn some of the essential usages of the mv command.
An in-depth article that covers almost all the questions around using PPA in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.
Do more with less. Learn to use less command in Linux for viewing large files and tracking log files. Most common usage of the less command explained in this tutorial.
Here are some practical and essential scp command example to show how to securely copy files between remote Linux systems.
This tutorial teaches everything you need to know about Linux file permissions. You'll also learn to change the file permissions and ownership.
OpenSnitch is an open source alternative to Little Snitch of macOS. It lets you control internet access per application basis. Read the full review of OpenSnitch.
cp command in Linux is used for copying files and directories. In this tutorial, you’ll learn some of the essential usages of the cp command.
The shutdown command in Linux allows you to shut down, reboot or schedule a shutdown of your system. This article explains the most common and useful examples of the Linux shutdown command.
The grep command is used to find patterns in files. This tutorial shows some of the most common grep command examples that would be specifically beneficial for software developers.
Good news Linux folks. Linus Torvalds is back in charge of Linux. It remains to be seen whether Linus Torvalds has improved his behavior and become a gentler person or not.
Celebrating KDE’s Birthday by looking back into some Interesting events from their Glorious Past!
A handy guide that lists and explains the essential Vim command a Linux user should know for surviving Vim editor in Linux command line. A quick cheat sheet is also included.
This step-by-step tutorial demonstrates how to install Distributed Replicated Block Device (DRBD) on CentOS Linux.
Audiobooks are a great way to consume literature. Many people who don’t have time to read, choose to listen. Most people, myself included, just use a regular media player like VLC or MPV for listening to audiobooks on Linux. Today, we will look at a Linux application built solely for listening to audiobooks. We review Cozy, an audiobook player for Linux.
A new major release of open source text editor GNU nano is here. GNU nano 3.0 reads files 70% faster and brings several other features.
Learn to use touch command in Linux with these useful and practical examples.
One of the oldest Linux distribution still in development, Debian has just turned 25. Let’s have a look at some interesting facts about this awesome FOSS project.
A comprehensive list of more than 50 essential Ubuntu applications that would surely help improve your Ubuntu experience.
Learn how to use the paste utility on practical examples to merge text files, and discover a couple of tricks and pitfalls of that command at the same time.
NetBSD has a new major release in its 25th year. NetBSD 8.0 release brings several new features and improvements.