Mousepad : A Lightweight Text Editor For Fedora Linux

Mousepad text editor for Fedora Linux
Mousepad is a lightweight and minimal text editor available for Fedora Linux. Here is how to install it in Fedora : 1. Open Terminal and type : sudo yum install mousepad.i686 2. Let the installation complete. It will now show up in Applications > Accessories or simply search for it from “Activities”. Happy text editing.

How To Know How A Command Is Executed In Linux

How To Know How A Command Is Executed In Linux
Here’s how to know how a command is executed in Linux: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal – strace -c <absolute path to the command> for example, to know how ‘man’ command is executed, issue the following command at the terminal – strace -c /usr/bin/man The output will show you the system calls during the execution of the command. If you want to view...

How To Quickly Update Linux Mint / Ubuntu With A Single Command

How To Quickly Update Linux Mint / Ubuntu With A Single Command
Here’s how to quickly update Linux Mint / Ubuntu with a single command: Issue the following command at the terminal – sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y Enter your user password when prompted and then sit back and relax while your Linux Mint / Ubuntu distribution gets updated.

How To Quickly Find The File Type From Linux Mint/Ubuntu Command Line

Here is a quick way to find out properties of different files directly using the Linux Mint / Ubuntu command line. 1. Open Terminal and type : file nameoffile It will display what kind of file type is the given file along with a few other properties. This can be useful when there are a lot of files that need to be checked for properties and then store the information for reference. For checking out...

A Simple Menu Based Linux Shell Script For Finding Out Network Interfaces Related Information

List network interfaces
Here is a simple menu based Linux shell script that uses mainly the commands “ifconfig” and “uptime”  to : List all the available network interfaces on the system (like wired adapter/eth0, wireless adapter/wlan0 and so on). List all the information about each of the available network interfaces (like local IP address, subnet mask, if interface is up or down etc.) Show how...

Cool Linux Command Wallpaper

Cool Linux Command Wallpaper
Here’s a cool Linux Commands Wallpaper: [Note: Open in a new browser tab/window to view full size]