Getting a lot of useful information about a hard disk drive is easy with Linux. The smartmontools package contains utilities to retrieve a lot of very useful info. Firstly, install this package. [email protected]:~$ sudo apt install [email protected]:~$ sudo apt install smartmontools Then run the command with sudo to get info about a drive. [email protected]:~$ sudo …

How to use home and end keysHow to take screenshotsGet information about installed appsMore keyboard key shortcuts How to use home and end keys To right-click on something, hold the control key and then click an item to get a right-click context menu. This is how you can customize Firefox on your Macintosh machine. The …

This is a good alternative to the ls command to print a directory listing. This is very useful for quickly viewing the contents of a directory. ┌─[[email protected]]─[~/Documents] └──╼ $find ./ -printf "%f\n" ./ password-01.kismet.netxml password-01.cap read.c out.xml netcomm.txt a.out password-01.kismet.csv rockyou.txt password-01.csv mysql.txt notify.js┌─[[email protected]]─[~/Documents] └──╼ $find ./ -printf "%f\n" ./ password-01.kismet.netxml password-01.cap read.c out.xml netcomm.txt …

Nice Linux themes and wallpapers Some more lovely GTK themes and wallpapers for your new Linux desktop in 2018. Gnome Shell themes Human Next: https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1188270/. Maxim: https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1182550/. Copernico: https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1013056/. Wallpapers for Gnome and MATE Railway line through the mountains: https://alpha.wallhaven.cc/wallpaper/22805. Looking down on a swimming pool beside the ocean: https://alpha.wallhaven.cc/wallpaper/575741. Lake in the Rocky Mountains: …

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. …

This machine before your eyes is extremely powerful, a machine that grants its user access to all of the information conceived by the human species. It is capable of performing highly complicated mathematical calculations thousands, possibly millions of times faster than your typical human, and can store massive amounts of information, perhaps a library filled …

Getting detailed information about a window on your Linux desktop is very easy. The Xwininfo command is very useful for getting this information. Run the command and then click a window to get detailed information about a window. [email protected]:~$ [email protected]:~$ xwininfo Absolute upper-left X: 498 Absolute upper-left Y: 47 Relative upper-left X: 4 Relative upper-left …