Category: Command line utilities

Surfraw - A Commandline Interface To Popular Search Engines

Surfraw – A Commandline Interface To Popular Search Engines And 100+ Websites

Surfraw is a fast Unix command line interface to many popular search engines such as Google, Duckduckgo, Bing, and popular websites such as Arch Wiki, Amazon, BBC, CNN, eBay, Wikipedia, w3html, YouTube and many more....

Debian Documentation offline

Dwww – View Complete Debian Documentation Offline Via Web Browser

Whenever you install a program, a man page will be added for the installed program, so you can refer the syntax of the program, Synopsis, Description, usage examples, list of available options etc. Not just...

Geo - A Simple BASH Utility To Get Network And Geolocation Details

Geo – A Simple BASH Utility To Get Network And Geolocation Details

A while ago, we wrote a blog post about “Bash-Snippets”, a set of BASH scripts for heavy command-line users. Those scripts consists of many useful utilities such as crypt, geo, cheat, weather, ytview and more....

Graphical Frontends for Pacman

How To Speed Up Compilation Process When Installing Packages From AUR

There are many reasons why I (and everyone) prefer Arch Linux over other Linux distributions. It is a rolling release, so you will always have the last version of your applications. And, other notable reasons...

Clean The Package Cache In Arch Linux

The Recommended Way To Clean The Package Cache In Arch Linux

We all know that Pacman, the default package manager for Arch Linux and its derivatives, will store all downloaded packages in /var/cache/pacman/pkg/ folder. And, we also know that it will not delete old or uninstalled packages automatically....