In today's Learn Linux article, we will teach you how to create, delete, and manage the directories using command lines from the Linux Terminal. It applies to all Linux distributions. There is always the GUI way in Linux too, using right-click contextual menu from the desktop environment which is straight-forward. This guide is for doing things the command line way.
In this article of Terminal Tuts, we're going to show you how to download Torrents using the command-line via the Terminal interface. We will use a program called rTorrent. There are many others, but most of them were created because of the existence of their GUI first. rTorrent is independent and only CLI based.
More often than not, files do get misplaced on your computer. For finding them, you will need to use some sort of tool and a bunch of rules. In today's Terminal Tuts series, we're going to explain how to find files on your Linux systems, by knowing any sort of information about the file and by using the terminal.
If you're using a Linux operating system, it's beneficial to learn the Linux Terminal commands as well. We're going to explain today how to delete, copy, move, and rename files using the CLI. We're going to assume that the readers are familiar with ls and cd commands.
One of the best ideas to overcome large file transfer trouble is to split the file into small segments and then upload or move them one at the time. When you want to open the file, you need to combine the file pieces and open the file merely.
In this guide, we look at 5 Best Linux Console File Managers alongside their features and benefits. A console refers to a computer interface that handles application on a text-only computer interface or a command line interface and in some cases can be used within a graphical user interface.
Automating tasks on Ubuntu can be done through a package called cron. Crontab which is an abbreviation for cron table is a configuration file used to schedule shell commands to run periodically.