Category: Linux Commands

bat command

Bat – A Cat Clone With Syntax Highlighting And Git Integration

In Unix-like systems, the ‘cat’ command is used to print and concatenate files. Using cat command, we can print the contents of a file to the standard output, concatenate several files into the target file,...

Safely manage cron jobs in Linux

How To Easily And Safely Manage Cron Jobs In Linux

When it comes to schedule tasks in Linux, which utility comes to your mind first? Yeah, you guessed it right. Cron! The cron utility helps you to schedule commands/tasks at specific time in Unix-like operating...

Moreutils - A Collection Of More Useful Unix Utilities

Moreutils – A Collection Of More Useful Unix Utilities

We all know about GNU core utilities that comes pre-installed with all Unix-like operating systems. These are the basic file, shell and text manipulation utilities of the GNU operating system. The GNU core utilities contains the commands,...

Termtosvg - Record Terminal Sessions As SVG Animations In Linux

How To Record Terminal Sessions As SVG Animations In Linux

Recording Terminal sessions may help in several cases. You can use those recording sessions to document everything that you did in Terminal and save them for future reference. You can use them to demonstrate different...

Yay AUR helper

Yay – Yet Another Reliable AUR Helper Written In GO

Howdy Arch Users! I’ve got a good news for you. Today, I stumbled upon yet another reliable AUR helper called “Yay”. Yep! the name of this AUR helper is Yay. In the past, I was...