How to rename files in Linux Mint
Renaming a file in linux - a very simple operation, but for newcomers to Linux this task can be difficult. Also there are some nuances and features that it is desirable to know experienced users, for
How to get weather forecasts in the terminal?
Linux user learns about the climate directly from the terminal, writing just 1 line. And note that nothing pre-set is required - use a magic command line program curl.
How to know current user in Linux Mint?
I would like to tell how to get the current user name in Linux Mint (or any popular Linux distribution). I only used a few but found a few which didn't know.
Terminal - customizable appearance in Linux Mint
The terminal is super-useful thing, which much simplifies your life in Linux. So since you often have to meet with the console, then I would recommend a bit to customize its appearance. I am sure
How to find and terminate a process in Linux Mint
In this article we will look at examples of finding unwanted or frozen processes/applications and their completion in Linux Mint. This practice is usually important for system administrators or
Looking for run previous commands in Linux Mint
Work in linux terminal, you can do a little better and faster, if you know a few simple tricks. Consider how fast to run the previous commands, how to search through the command history.
Funny Linux commands that you will love
Creating ASCII drawings, speak to your computer and play word games. Your Linux console is not just for work - it can entertain you, if you know the right commands.
How to make SUDO without a password on Linux Mint
If You are tired of typing the password every time you use sudo, then you can disable the password prompt for your user. There is a way to use sudo without a password, and below I will show how it
AltYo - full-featured and easy drop-down terminal
AltYo - easy Vala/GTK (GTK 3) fully functional drop-down terminal emulator based on the VTE terminal emulator (Virtual Terminal Emulator). The application is under active development. Project
Deepin Terminal Emulator in Linux Mint
Terminal emulator "Deepin Terminal" is developed by the Linux Deepin - this emulator was aimed to improve the thrill of using the command line. Professionals can find it useful and convenient
Final Term - great advanced terminal
Advantages: semantic context (text) menu "smart" autocompletion the ability to create their own keyboard hot keys allows to hide/reveal "long" o or the state of progress the window is resized knows