Category: Command line utilities

use google translate from commandline

How To Use Google Translate From Commandline In Linux

Howdy fellow Linux users! I just stumbled upon this cool utility, and I couldn’t resist myself to share it with you all. Meet Translate Shell (formerly known as Google Translate CLI), a command-line translator powered by...

Upload Text Snippets To Pastebin-like Services

How To Easily Upload Text Snippets To Pastebin-like Services From Commandline

Whenever there is need to share the code snippets online, the first one probably comes to our mind is Pastebin.com, the online text sharing site launched by Paul Dixon in 2002. Now, there are several...

GNU Stow - Remove Programs Installed From Source

An Easy Way To Remove Programs Installed From Source In Linux

Not all programs available in the official or third-party repositories, so you can’t install them using the regular package managers. Some times, you have to install the programs by manually compiling from source. As you...

Find Out Public IP Address

How To Find Out Public IP Address From Command Line On Linux

There are numerous methods/apps available to do this in graphical user mode. Open your web browser and go to WhatIsMyIP.com website. There you can see your public IP. It is one of the most popular method...

mcfly bash history search

McFly – A Replacement To ‘Ctrl+R’ Bash History Search Feature

If you spend a lot of time on CLI mode, you should definitely used or heard about reverse search function in BASH. The keyboard shortcut to do reverse search in Bash is Ctrl+r. Using bash...