Use Command Line Faster

Every Linux user knows how powerful the command line is, especially when you manage servers. And if you have to deal with the command line frequently, it is very important to work efficiently and quickly. Here are some tips I know that would allow you to work faster with the

More of xrandr or blue light exposure

Recently I come across a website that claims blue light affects your sleep. This is especially useful when you work on your computer late at night and are exposed to unnatural for the time of the day light. Once you decrease the "sun" light during late hours you

A quick note on xrandr

I've been playing today with TwinView on my laptop as I have an unused, old-ish Dell screen lying around with no use (have been using it for initial setup of my home server) and decided to make use of it. I come across a post saying to add 'static' configuraion

Mounting without sudo

This had been bothering me for some time. On a system without an automounting solution, which I don't usually like because they involve daemons and message subsystems and whatnot, mounting an external drive, such as a USB key, can be a nuisance. Mounting requires sudo, but sudo inflicts root ownership

Midnight Commander - Console Based File Manager for Linux

When you work with a lot of files within console environment, you may find that your job is being quite tedious. You may be familiar with GUI environment File Managers, such as Nautilus, Thunar, or if you're Windows user - File Explorer, Total Commander. Using a file manager on command


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