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Share And Discover Cool Bash Tricks With Bash One-Liners

Share And Discover Cool Bash Tricks With Bash One-Liners | linux console command | Scoop.it
Wanna impress your friends with some cool one-liners? Well not those kind of one-liners, I’m talking about the nerdy ones. Well, not exactly nerdy, let’s call them geeky.
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NECOpost.com: Gnome Terminal as a Lightweight Desktop ...

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There is a saying. If you master the command line interface, you'll master the entire system. Use bash scripts to control you entire Linux system with gnome-terminal. Open your text editor and copy and past the following in your ./.bashrc ...
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Introduction to the BASH Shell (Linux Terminal ... - Linux Commands

Check out Waqars DuncsWeb Linux Posts: bit.ly - Here I show you a brief introduction to the linux terminal and a few commands.
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Terminal is your friend – Basic Linux Commands – Part II : Using apt ...

Terminal is your friend – Basic Linux Commands – Part II : Using apt-get and apt-cache. by Nitin on December 19, 2011 in Tips with No comments Tweet. The “Terminal is your friend” is a series of tutorials that will help beginners understand ...
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Tips on Console-Based Monitoring in Unix/Linux

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Console-Based Monitoring in Linux and Unix. Those familiar with UNIX system administration already know the ps, or process display, command commonly found on most flavors of UNIX. Because of the close relationship ...
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linux - what is the difference between terminal in Mac OS X and ...

linux - what is the difference between terminal in Mac OS X and ... | linux console command | Scoop.it
copying and pasting to the GUI; sending special commands to the shell (so called escape sequences; your terminal will for example map Cmd - Right Arrow to an appropriate shell sequence to go to the end of the line*); allowing other ...
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Command line calendars and some little known uses for them ...

Command line calendars and some little known uses for them ... | linux console command | Scoop.it
Command line calendars read personal appointments and public events from plain text files and (at least) display them as lists or tables made of plain text, tabs, and white spaces inside terminal windows.
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Tutorial on sharing a terminal or ssh session using screen in Linux ...

However, Linux's power is at the command line, and this is true even in the case of remote sharing. So here comes screen to the rescue – this magical command allows you to flawlessly resume lost sessions and share them ...
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How To Tail (View) Multiple Files on UNIX / Linux Console | Network ...

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How To Tail (View) Multiple Files on UNIX / Linux Console. December ... The difference is that it creates multiple windows on your console (with ncurses). This is ... Type the following command under Debian / Ubuntu Linux: ...
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Session on linux commands: strace and ltrace - Art, Science ...

Session on linux commands: strace and ltrace - Art, Science ... | linux console command | Scoop.it
Before going into ltrace and strace, we must know about the unix/linux architecture. Unix_architecture ... Similarly "ls" is a shell command that might be written using library calls and some system calls directly.
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Using Priority Scheduling and Control in Linux

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System administrators can also use the time command to get an idea of how much time and what proportion of a system's resources are required for a task, such as a shell script. (Here, time is used to measure the duration of ...
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Linux Today - Create Bash Aliases For Faster Terminal Commands ...

Linux Today - Create Bash Aliases For Faster Terminal Commands ... | linux console command | Scoop.it
"In Linux, a great deal can be accomplished via the Terminal, a powerful, text-based interface to a great number of programs and tools. Beyond simple things, such as package management (via apt-get, dpkg and other ...
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Vim Cheat Sheat for Programmers by Michael Pohoreski

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caboc''s comment, September 23, 2011 1:27 PM
boudu j'y comprends rien !!