Using wild-cards to display various files in a folder with ls. I recently needed to check whether certain files were in the /usr/lib folder and I used the ls command to do this. to find all files related to the Perl programming language in the /usr/lib directory. ubuntu ~ $ ls /usr/lib/*perl* /usr/lib/libperl.so.5.18 /usr/lib/libperl.so.5.18.2   …

Get a nice urxvt windows with a fixed font and lovely colors. urxvt -fn "fixed" +sr +st -fg "#FFFFFF" -bg "#000033" -bd "#302c64" \ -ip +sb -title "*-Home-${HOME}-Shell-${SHELL}-Display-${DISPLAY}*" \ -tint DarkSlateGrey -fade 50 -fadecolor redurxvt -fn "fixed" +sr +st -fg "#FFFFFF" -bg "#000033" -bd "#302c64" \ -ip +sb -title "*-Home-${HOME}-Shell-${SHELL}-Display-${DISPLAY}*" \ -tint DarkSlateGrey -fade 50 …

There are quite a few Windows CMD commands that users do not know about. I will be showing you a handful to improve your usage of the CMD prompt. The findstr command. This is just like the grep command for Linux. findstr /s "BIS_C_OFFROAD" *.sqmfindstr /s "BIS_C_OFFROAD" *.sqm This is example usage of this command. …