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Jewel and Pearl: A Practical Tutorial to Command Lines and Terminal on Ubuntu Noble

This tutorial will give you simple but complete practical exercises to learn Terminal command lines of Ubuntu 24.04 “Noble Numbat” enough for daily computing life and as a starting point to learn further. We entitled this tutorial Jewel and Pearl to ma…

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6 Linux Commands I Use for Malware Analysis

Vlad Ananin of ANY.RUN shares his favorite Linux commands that help him in analyzing malware.

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Improve Your Efficiency in Linux Terminal With Aliases

Unleash the super power of aliases in the terminal.

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How to Get CPU Details in Linux Command Line

Learn how you can get various details about your processor in the Linux command line.

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UPT: Universal Package Management Tool for Linux

One command to rule them all! Or more like one command to manage all the packages on all the distributions.

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Ptyxis – New Container-Focused Terminal Emulator for GNOME

Prompt, the container-oriented terminal emulator, now is re-named to Ptyxis! GNOME Developer Christian Hergert announced the Prompt terminal emulator a few months ago. It “marries the best of GNOME Builder’s seamless container support, the beauty of GNOME Text Editor, and the robustness of VTE.” described in the blog post. Due to name confusion to other […]

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Alacritty Terminal Emulator Released New Major 0.13.0

Alacritty, the popular free open-source GPU-accelerated terminal emulator, release new major 0.13.0 version few days ago. The release introduced new features, including persist config option in hints config section, warnings for unused configuration file options, support for keybindings with dead keys, dynamically loading conpty.dll on Windows, as well as: Back/Forward mouse buttons support in bindings […]

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How to Install Alacritty (GPU Accelerated Terminal) in Ubuntu

Alacritty, is a free and open-source terminal emulator, written in Rust programming language. It works in Linux, Windows, MacOS, and uses OpenGL API for GPU hardware acceleration for fast response and high performance. The terminal emulator features vi mode, allows to move around the viewport and scrollback using the keyboard. And, vi search and normal […]

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11 Fish Shell Features That Make it More Awesome Than Bash

You should try Fish, even if you are vegan or allergic to seafood 😛

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Bored With Bash? Change the Default Shell in Linux

Tried another shell and liked it so much that you want to use it all the time by making it the default shell? Here’s how you can change the default shell in Linux.

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21 Useful Terminal Shortcuts Pro Linux Users Love to Use

Become more efficient in the Linux terminal by mastering these super useful keyboard shortcuts.
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21 Useful Terminal Shortcuts Pro Linux Users Love to Use

Become more efficient in the Linux terminal by mastering these super useful keyboard shortcuts.

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Stonks: Terminal-Based Stock Visualizer and Tracker

Stonks is a cross-platform terminal-based stock visualizer and tracker for Linux that displays real-time stocks in graph format.
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grep Command in Linux With Examples

In this guide, you will learn how to use the grep command in Linux to master text search and pattern matching in your terminal.

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BlackBox 0.14.0 Brings Fresh Look and Powerful Features

Unveiling Black Box 0.14.0 — with a fresh look and powerful features for Linux users and terminal lovers which brings some cool updates.
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Qt Creator 11 Adds Integrated Terminal, GitHub Copilot Support

Qt Creator 11 brings an integrated terminal emulator, support for GitHub Copilot, initial support for Axivion Suite, and revamped Qt examples. Learn more here.
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GTK4 Terminal App ‘Black Box’ Gets a Big Ol’ Update

An updated version of Black Box, a GTK4/libadwaita terminal app for Linux desktops, is now available — and it’s a big ‘un! When I wrote about the first release on…

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Fuzzy File Search in Linux

Modern tools like fzf and fzy take the file search in Linux terminal to the next level.

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Add ‘Open Terminal Here’ for other Terminal Emulator in Ubuntu 22.04

Want to let “Open in Terminal” context (right-click) menu option work for another terminal emulator? Here’s an extension to do the similar job for Nautilus. When right-clicking on either a folder or blank area in file manager, there’s an “Open in Terminal” menu option to launch system default terminal with that folder as working directory. […]

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How to Extract a .7z Compressed File from Terminal in Linux

Using this guide, you’ll learn how to quickly extract a .7z compressed file from the terminal in Linux.
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