Quickly Get The Weather Forecast Using Linux Command Line

The finger command in Linux is used to fetch and display user details. If you would want to use it for checking the weather forecast, that too can be done using Graph.no. It is a worldwide weather information service that uses the finger command to display weather conditions. If not installed, you can install the finger utility in Linux Mint/Ubuntu using: sudo apt install finger Once installed, here...

How To Remove Exif Data From Images When Using Ubuntu/Linux Mint

An earlier article described how to remove EXIF data from images when using Windows. For doing that in Ubuntu/Linux Mint, there is a simple and powerful tool which can be used. It is the exiftool. First, install it from the terminal using the following command: sudo apt-get install libimage-exiftool-perl After it is installed, images can be directly processed from the terminal with this tool. To display...

Quickly Fix Common Typos In Documents Directly Using Linux Mint/Ubuntu Command Line

Correcting typos and various spelling mistakes can be directly done using Linux Terminal. This is because it already has a useful interactive spell checker tool – aspell. It can help in quickly checking documents for typos and fix them. Here is how to use it: To list all the possible typos present in a document, run the command: aspell list <  nameofdocument It will then check for typos if...

How To Install Terminator From Command Line In Manjaro Linux

Terminator the awesome Linux tool that opens multiple instances of terminal in a single window is available in Manjaro Linux too. Here is how to install and use it : Open Terminal and install it using pacman : sudo pacman -S terminator Once installed, it will be available from System menu. To open new terminals, right click and choose Split Horizontally or Split Vertically. Tabbed terminals can also...