Category: Linux Commands

Copy A File To Multiple Directories

How To Copy A File To Multiple Directories In Command Line On Linux

The other day I wanted to copy a movie to two different folders in my Arch Linux desktop. As you already know, We can easily do it by right-clicking on the movie file, select Copy...

Find Out Wasted Disk Space In Linux

Agedu – Find Out Wasted Disk Space In Linux

Today, let us talk about a simple, yet another must-have utility in your arsenal. Meet agedu, a small utility that tracks down the wasted disk space in your Linux system. Running out of disk space?...

download a RPM package with all dependencies

How To Download A RPM Package With All Dependencies In CentOS

The other day I was trying to create a local repository with packages only we use often in CentOS 7. Of course, we can download any package using curl or wget commands. These commands however...

find and remove unused packages in Linux

How To Find And Remove Unused Packages In Linux

Running out of low disk space? You may need to check for unused packages (orphaned packages) in your hard drive. The orphaned packages are nothing but the packages which will be installed as dependencies/libraries when...

Get Email Alerts For Pending Package Updates Using Apticron

Apticron – Get Email Alerts For Pending Package Updates

As we all know, in Debian and Ubuntu desktop operating systems, Software updater tool will notify you whenever a new update is available. If a new update is available, a pop-up window will appear and...

find a package version in Linux

How To Find A Package Version In Linux

Have you ever wondered how to find the version of an installed package in Linux? Nowadays, Package management has become more easier with the help of many graphical package managers. However, some of you always...