Tagged: Command line

Find Out Public IP Address

How To Find Out Public IP Address From Command Line On Linux

How do you find out the public IP? Easy! There are numerous methods/apps available to do this in graphical user mode. Open your web browser and go to WhatIsMyIP.com website. There you can see your public IP....

alternatives to man pages

Good Alternatives To Man Pages Every Linux User Needs To Know

A man page, acronym of manual page, is a software documentation found in all Unix-like operating systems. Some man pages are short; some are comprehensive. A man page is divided into several parts, organized  with...

Moreutils - A Collection Of More Useful Unix Utilities

Moreutils – A Collection Of More Useful Unix Utilities

We all know about GNU core utilities that comes pre-installed with all Unix-like operating systems. These are the basic file, shell and text manipulation utilities of the GNU operating system. The GNU core utilities contains the commands,...

Find Installed Applications With Installed Size In Linux

How To Find Installed Applications With Installed Size In Linux

The other day I witnessed that my hard drive is running out of space. I opened the file manager (I am using Caja file manager right now), and examined the files and folders in my...

Pinfo – A CLI Program To Read Info And Man Pages In Color

Pinfo – A CLI Program To Read Info And Man Pages In Color

Man pages, abbreviation for manual pages, needs no introduction. Man pages are the form of software documentation that is available in almost all Unix-like operating systems by default. Using man pages, you can read the...

Create Shortcuts To The Frequently Used Directories In Your Shell

Create Shortcuts To The Frequently Used Directories In Your Shell

A while ago, I wrote a guide about pushd, popd and dirs commands, which are used for CLI faster navigation. These three commands provides a way faster navigation between directories. Today, I stumbled upon a...