Tag #commandline Posts

An icon of a file folder with files coming out of it with text beside that reads, filename length.

Find each filename's total length of characters within a directory in the terminal using Bash, BusyBox, Fish or PowerShell with these one line commands.

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A detailed guide on how to change which application is used as the Linux desktop default file manager for directories or folders.

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Learn to manage the Pi-hole's adlists from the command line using SQL to add, modify, and delete SQLite database records.

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Gain insight into using DuckDuckGo from the command line from installation, configuration, browser integration, and search usage examples.

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Make life easier to maintain a clean Arch Linux system by listing reverse package dependencies using pacman, pactree, and fzf.

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Investigate, play, and explore the benefits of using one of these Linux command line interface application Markdown viewers.

A black surface covered with black question marks. On top of this background two black rectangles contain the words colored in white, why does sudo fail?

Solve the puzzling question, why does sudo echo fail when trying to redirect the output to a file within a Linux or Unix shell?

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Observe my reflections and resolve of participating in the 100 Days to Offload challenge in using a Bash script to track my progress.

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How to determine the exact installation or creation date and time of various Linux operating systems.

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Determine the most used commands in the terminal using Bash, Fish, PowerShell and Zsh with these simple one line commands.