Category: Unix/Linux Beginners

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...

No More Secrets - Recreate Famous Data Decryption Effect Seen On Sneakers Movie

No More Secrets – Recreate Famous Data Decryption Effect Seen On Sneakers Movie

A while ago, we published a guide that described how to turn your Ubuntu Linux console into a veritable Hollywood technical melodrama hacker interface using Hollywood utility which is written by Dustin Kirkland from Canonical....

Browsh text browser

Browsh – A Modern Text Browser That Supports Graphics And Video

Browsh is a modern, text browser that supports graphics including video. Yes, you read that right! It supports HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, photos, WebGL content and of course it supports video as well. Technically speaking, it...

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...

Configure SSH Key-based Authentication In Linux

How To Configure SSH Key-based Authentication In Linux

What is SSH Key-based authentication? As we all know, Secure Shell, shortly SSH, is the cryptographic network protocol that allows you to securely communicate/access a remote system over unsecured network, for example Internet. Whenever you...