Category: Tips and Tricks

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...

Find The List Of Installed Repositories

How To Find The List Of Installed Repositories From Commandline In Linux

This brief tutorial explains how to find the list of installed repositories from command line in different Linux operating systems. Finding installed repositories from CLI mode is not only easier, but also faster method compared...

dtrx - Intelligent archive extraction

dtrx – The Universal Archive Extractor For Many Archive Types

The dtrx tool is an universal archive extractor for many archive types. dtrx stands for “Do The Right Extraction”. It is a free, open source archive extraction tool. You don’t need to have multiple extraction tools...