Terminal Tricks

3 Ways to Check Linux Kernel Version in Command Line
Brief: Wondering which Linux kernel version your system uses? Here are several ways to check your kernel version in the Linux terminal. You may find y...
Shutdown or Restart Ubuntu Using Linux Command Line [Beginner's Tip]
This quick tutorial teaches you how to shutdown Ubuntu or any other distributions from the Linux command line. How to shutdown Ubuntu? There are two w...
Get Notification For Terminal Command Completion In Ubuntu
Whenever I work on something in the terminal that takes time to complete, it is quite common get distracted in the meantime. This is because there's...
[Free Download] Vi Cheat Sheet For Beginners
I have often shared my Linux experience with you. Today I am going to share my Vi cheat sheet that has often saved me time in googling for a quick c...
asciinema A Better Way To Record & Share Linux Terminal Session
Many of you Linux fans work hard to convince your friends and family to switch to Linux. The downside is that once they do, they turn to you to be t...
How To Read And Work On Gzip Compressed Log Files In Linux
Brief: This short tutorial shows you how to read those gzipped compressed log files on a Linux box. On It's FOSS I mostly discuss about desktop Linux....
Bash-it Bash Framework To Make Your Terminal Cool
Brief: Bash-it is a community driven Bash framework for maintaining various shell scripts, custom commands, aliases & more and make you terminal look ...
Love Pokemon? Give Your Linux Terminal A Pokemon Makeover
Mewtwo is the strongest, the baddest Pokemon of all. Agree with me? Gimme a high five. Don't agree with me? Haters gonna hate. My friends think that I...
TLDR Linux Man Pages Simplified
Let me ask you a question. Have you ever used the man command? If you haven't, try now. Open your terminal window and run this: man man What do you se...