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...

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...