Category: Unix/Linux Beginners

Take Screenshots From Command Line Using Scrot

How To Take Screenshots From Command Line Using “Scrot” In Linux

There is a saying – “A picture is worth a thousand words”. In fact, a Picture speaks louder than words. Be it a documentation work, technical writing, blogging or all sorts of writing jobs, screenshots...

gcp - An Advanced File Copier Utility For Linux

gcp – An Advanced File Copier Utility For Linux

gcp (Goffi’s cp) is an advanced file copier tool, heavily inspired from the traditional cp command utility, but with some additional features. It is completely free and open source software, released under GNU General Public License....

Check Disk Space Usage In Linux Using Ncdu

How To Check Disk Space Usage In Linux Using Ncdu

Today, we will be discussing how to check disk space usage in Unix-like systems using Ncdu utility. Ncdu, acronym of NCurses  Disk Usage, is a curses-based version of the well-known ‘du’ command, and provides a fast...

Automatically Wake Up Your Linux System From Sleep Or Hibernation Mode

Automatically Wake Up Your Linux System From Sleep Or Hibernation Mode

Today, we will be discussing an useful topic that describes how to automatically wake up your Linux system from sleep or hibernation mode using ‘Rtcwake’ utility. The rtcwake is used to enter a Linux system sleep...