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Install ARCH Linux on ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 7 with encrypted filesystem and UEFI

In this article we will be installing Arch Linux on ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 7 Laptop. This tutorial contains installation instructions, basic configuration as well as some post-install tuning of Arch Linux to get you started.

First Arch Linux ISO Powered by Linux Kernel 5.5 Is Here

The Arch Linux March 2020 ISO snapshot has been released today for those who want to install the powerful and customizable GNU/Linux distribution.

Nested KVM performance evaluation on Linux Manjaro 19.0 Guest on Virthost CentOS 8.1

Performance appraisal has been done via attempt to set up Manjaro 19.0 Guest as KVM virtualization host installing Qemu && Libvirt via native command `pacman -S`.

How To Boot To Console (Text) Mode In Debian / Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch Linux / Manjaro And More

The instructions in this article should work with any Linux distribution that uses systemd, but I personally only tried this with Debian, Ubuntu, Manjaro and Fedora. Read on to see how to boot a Linux distribution in text mode (console mode), either temporarily or permanently.

Tuptime - A CLI Utility To Find Linux System Uptime

Tuptime, the uptime command's alternative, is a command line utility to find Linux system uptime details.

How To Quickly Transfer Large Files Over Network In Linux And Unix

This guide explains how to quickly transfer large files between two systems over Network using netcat, tar, and pv commands in any GNU/Linux and Unix-like operating systems.

Arch Linux Kicks Off 2020 with New ISO Release Powered by Linux Kernel 5.4

Arch Linux is one of the very first GNU/Linux distributions to kick off 2020 with a brand new ISO image, the first to be based on the latest Linux kernel series.

Display Network Bandwidth Utilization Using Bandwhich Tool

Display network bandwidth utilization by process, connection and remote IP or hostname on Linux.

Destination Linux 154 - 2020 Predictions, Endeavour OS, Darktable, Kdenlive, Kubuntu Laptop

Endeavour OS NetInstaller, Kubuntu Focus Laptop, Darktable 3.0 Released, Kdenlive 19.12 Released

Fkill - Interactively Search And Kill Processes On Linux

Fkill, stands for Fabulous Kill, is a cross-platform command line utility to interactively search and kill multiple processes at once.

Pipenv - The Officially Recommended Python Packaging Tool

Manage Python packages using Pipenv on Linux.

Display Media Files Information On Linux Using Mediainfo

Getting audio, video technical and tag information using MediaInfo on Linux.

A Guide To Using Plank Dock On Linux

Plank is a Linux dock that allows starting pinned applications and manage open windows, for X11 environments (Wayland is not supported). This article presents an overview of Plank, how to install it on popular Linux distributions, how to install new themes, how to use multiple docks (e.g. with multiple monitors) and more.

Execute Commands On Remote Linux Systems Via SSH

If you ever wondered how to execute commands on remote Linux systems over SSH from your local system, here is how to do it.

How To Check Weather Details From Command Line In Linux

Check weather details from command line using wttr.in utility and curl command on Linux.

Deb-pacman : A Pacman-style Frontend For APT Package Manager

Using Deb-pacman, you can use the pacman commands, as the way you use them under Arch Linux to install, update, upgrade and remove packages, in a Debian-based system.

McFly - A Replacement To 'Ctrl+R' Bash History Search Feature

McFly is a simple CLI tool written in Rust programming language that replaces the default Ctrl+r Bash history search with an intelligent search engine.

Some Alternatives To 'top' Command line Utility You Might Want To Know

In this tutorial, we are going to discuss about some good alternatives to 'top', the command line task manager program.

How To Install NodeJS On Linux

Install Node.js on popular Linux operating systems including Arch Linux, Debian, Ubuntu, RHEL, CentOS, Fedora etc.

How To Bind Mouse Buttons To Keyboard Keys Or Commands (Linux Using X11)

If you have a mouse with extra buttons, you can bind those buttons to perform a key combination, run a program, command or script. This will only work if you use X11 (it does not work on Wayland) because the tools we'll use for this only support X11.

How To Easily Recall Forgotten Linux Commands

Apropos command and BASH history helps us to easily recall forgotten Linux commands.

How To Find Linux System Details Using Python

Find Linux system information such as OS version, distribution name, machine architecture, Kernel, OS code name, Python version etc.

Find Out Wasted Disk Space In Linux Using Agedu

Agedu is a simple command line utility that tracks down the wasted disk space in your Linux system.

Doppler - A Zero Configuration Remote Monitoring Tool

Doppler is a zero configuration remote monitoring tool for Linux systems. Doppler is lightweight tool and it doesn't require any additional configuration.

Some Good Alternatives To 'du' Command

This guide talks about five good alternatives to du command to compute and summarize the file and directory space usage in Unix-like systems.

Alacritty – A Lightweight And Blazingly Fast Terminal Emulator

Alacritty is a cross-platform, GPU-accelerated OpenGL terminal emulator written in Rust Programming language.

How To Record Everything You Do In Terminal

The script command creates a typescript of everything you do in the Terminal. It doesn’t matter whether you install an application, create a directory/file, remove a folder. Everything will be recorded, including the commands and the respective outputs.

Apply Tags To Linux Commands To Easily Retrieve Them From History

Apply tags to lengthy and complex Linux commands to easily retrieve them from Bash history.

Destination Linux 143 - Linus Says Microsoft Has Changed, Flatpak, Jack Audio, Arch Linux

Arch Linux Decides It’s Not Hard Enough, Flatpak Updated 1.5, Jack Audio Finally Has A Release, Linus Says Microsoft Has Changed, DLN Discourse

Explaining Soft Link And Hard Link In Linux With Examples

This tutorial explains what is Soft link and Hard link in Linux and Unix operating systems with some practical examples.

Configure Touchpad Settings Using gsettings Commandline Utility On Linux

Configure Touchpad Settings Using gsettings Commandline Utility On Linux

Oomox - Customize And Create Your Own GTK2, GTK3 Themes

Oomox is a graphical app for customizing and creating your own GTK theme complete with your own color, icon and terminal style.

How To Adjust Monitor Brightness From Command Line In Linux

This brief tutorial explains how we can adjust monitor brightness from command line in Unix-like operating systems.

First Arch Linux ISO Powered by Linux Kernel 5.3 Is Now Available for Download

Arch Linux fans rejoice, a fresh new ISO snapshot of your favorite GNU/Linux distribution is now available for download and it ships with the latest Linux kernel series.

Asciinema - Record Terminal Sessions And Share Them On The Web

Asciinema is a fast, light-weight and open source Terminal recording tool that can be used to record Terminal sessions in Linux.

8 Different Ways To Generate A Strong Password In Linux

This brief tutorial describes different ways to generate a strong password in Linux and Unix-like operating systems from Command line.

How To Find Which Service Is Listening On A Particular Port

Four different ways to find which service is listening on a particular port in Linux.

Arch Linux Review in 2019

  • Make Tech Easier; By Ben Stockton (Posted by damien on Sep 21, 2019 7:40 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Arch, Linux
Started since 2002, Arch Linux has built up a large, loyal following of users who love Arch's KISS approach, where minimalism and choice reign supreme.

Kmdr - Display CLI Commands Explanation In Terminal

Kmdr provides CLI commands explanation for hundreds of programs. It helps you to easily learn CLI commands without leaving the terminal.

vnStat – Monitor Network Bandwidth In Linux and BSD

Monitor Network Bandwidth usage using vnStat network traffic monitor tool in Linux and Unix operating systems.

How to Install Arch Linux on Raspberry Pi 3

Installing Arch Linux is as simple as creating two partitions and copying the OS files to the SD card.

Converseen - A Simple Graphical Batch Image Converter And Resizer

Converseen is a GUI batch image processor that allows us to convert, compress, resize, rotate and flip one or multiple images with a few mouse clicks!

Pngquant – A Command-line Utility To Compress PNG Images On Linux

Pngquant is a free, open source and cross-platform command-line lossy PNG compressor. It is based on a portable libimagequant library and is written in C99.

How To View Image Metadata On Linux

This guide talks about three commandline tools to view image metadata on Linux.

The mktemp Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

The mktemp command creates a temporary file or directory safely and prints its name. All files and directories will be saved in the system's temporary directory, i.e /tmp.

How To Find USB Device Bandwidth Usage On Linux

Usbtop is a top-like CLI utility that helps us to find USB device bandwidth usage on Linux. It shows an estimated instantaneous bandwidth on USB buses and devices.

‘chmod command’ -How to change file/folder permissions in Linux ?

How to change file /folder permissions in Linux? You can use chmod to set permissions for files or folders. In Nix(Linux, Unix, and Mac) based systems, you can assign permissions for a file/folder to the owner of the file(User), a group of users or everyone else(Other)

RaspArch Project Now Lets You Run Arch Linux on Your Raspberry Pi 4 Computer

GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton informs Softpedia News about the availability of a new version of his RaspArch project, which lets users run the Arch Linux operating system on the tiny Raspberry Pi computers.

Moreutils – A Collection Of More Useful Unix Utilities

We all know about GNU core utilities that comes pre-installed with all Unix-like operating systems. These are the basic file, shell and text manipulation utilities of the GNU operating system. Meet moreutilis, a growing collection of more useful Unix utilities. The moreutils can be installed on GNU/Linux, and various Unix flavours such as FreeBSD, openBSD and Mac OS.

How To Find Top Most Used Commands On Linux

Let us find out the top most used commands on your Linux box.

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