The Linux command line may be used to get information about a video file easily. Here is an example. Getting the video resolution with a simple command. [email protected]:~/Videos$ ffprobe -v quiet -print_format json -show_format -show_streams burnout-in-a-town-street.mp4 | grep coded "coded_width": 400, "coded_height": 224,[email protected]:~/Videos$ ffprobe -v quiet -print_format json -show_format -show_streams burnout-in-a-town-street.mp4 | grep coded "coded_width": …

If you are using Network Manager to connect to a network, then it is possible to get comprehensive networking information from the command line. This command will print a lot of information about your Network Manager configuration. [email protected]:~$ nmcli dev [email protected]:~$ nmcli dev show Show a listing of available WIFI access points. [email protected]:~$ nmcli device …

A network speedtest is a good way to get a picture of how fast your Internet connection really is. To perform a speedtest in Ubuntu, first install pip using this command. sudo apt-get install python-pipsudo apt-get install python-pip Then install speedtest-cli. [email protected]:~$ sudo pip install speedtest-cli Downloading/unpacking speedtest-cli Downloading speedtest-cli-0.3.1.tar.gz Running setup.py (path:/tmp/pip_build_root/speedtest-cli/setup.py) egg_info for …

The transmission remote interface is very good for accessing your torrent client over a network. Use the command below to access a transmission session and see the progress of your torrents. The syntax is: username:[email protected]:PORT. transmission-remote-cli -c jim:[email protected]:9091transmission-remote-cli -c jim:[email protected]:9091 You may also access the transmission client over a web interface. This gives you an …

Mounting an ISO image to a folder and accessing the contents of the image is very simple. Firstly we need to create a directory to mount the image to. |{/mnt/Elements/Files/ISOs}-{Fri Mar 22 23:52:17} -{[email protected] } $ sudo mkdir /root/img [sudo] password for john:|{/mnt/Elements/Files/ISOs}-{Fri Mar 22 23:52:17} -{[email protected] } $ sudo mkdir /root/img [sudo] password for …