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Quickly Create And Run Optimized Linux, macOS And Windows Virtual Machines With Quickemu

Quickemu is a command-line wrapper for QEMU that can be used to quickly create and run highly optimized Linux, macOS, *BSD, and Windows desktop virtual machines. Instead of expecting an exhaustive list of configuration options, Quickemu tries to automatically “do the right thing” and creates the VM configuration automatically for you (though you can still […]

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How to Compress the Whole Directory Using xz and tar

I compressed a directory having 37M size using both xz & zip. The zip file size was 31M, while the xz file was 16M after compression. Pretty impressive, isn’t it? Let us see how to compress the whole directory using xz and tar on Linux, macOS/*BSD/…

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How To Create GUI Dialog Boxes In Bash Scripts With Zenity

Zenity is a rewrite of gdialog, the GNOME port of dialog which allows you to create GUI dialog boxes in Bash scripts in Linux, BSD, and Windows.
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How to Use htmlq to Extract Content from HTML Files on Linux, macOS, or FreeBSD

jq is a Linux/Unix or macOS/*BSD CLI utility that efficiently extracts data from JSON documents. Now we have an excellent htmlq utility written in Rust. It’s like jq but for HTML documents. Here’s how to get started.
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