Category: Linux Commands

Seashells – Pipe Your Linux Command’s Output To Web In Real-time

Seashells – Pipe Your Linux Command’s Output To Web In Real-time

Today, I came across an interesting tool called “Seashells”. It is used to pipe your Linux command’s output to web in real-time. We can use it to share a Linux command’s output to the support...

A Collection Of Useful BASH Scripts

A Collection Of Useful BASH Scripts For Heavy Commandline Users

Today, I have stumbled upon a collection of useful BASH scripts for heavy commandline users. These scripts, known as Bash-Snippets, might be quite helpful for those who live in Terminal all day. Want to check...

Remove Installed Packages From A Specific Repository

How To Remove Installed Packages From A Specific Repository In CentOS, Fedora

This is the sequel of our previous article titled “how to install packages from a specific repository”. As the title says, this guide describes how to remove installed packages from a specific repository from command...

Install Tilda Drop Down Terminal

Tilda – A Highly Configurable GTK-based Drop Down Terminal For Unix-like Systems

Tilda is a free, open source, highly configurable an customizable GTK-based drop down Terminal emulator for Unix-like operating systems. Unlike other traditional Terminals like gnome-terminal (Gnome), Konsole (KDE), MATE Terminal (MATE), xterm and many others,...

Install Packages From A Specific Repository In Linux

How To Install Packages From A Specific Repository In Linux

This brief tutorial explains how to install packages from a specific repository from command line in Unix-like operating systems. This can be useful when a certain package is not available from the official repositories or...