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Alacritty GPU Acceleration Terminal Emulator

Alacritty is a free open source terminal emulator for Linux, Windows, and BSD. Use the GPU for rendering to speed things up. It comes with vi mode that mimics the movement of the vi cursor, the selection, copies the text to the clipboard and opens the URL. Some other features are Vi search and regular… read more »

Find the IP address of your domain in the terminal

On Linux systems, you can find the IP address of your domain in a terminal application without using a third-party web service. You can also check multiple domains at once. This article describes how to use a terminal application to get the IP address of a domain on the command line. I’m using Ubuntu to… read more »

Hyper Beautiful and Extensible Terminal – Install Hyper on Ubuntu

Hyper is a free, open source, simple and beautiful terminal application for Linux, MacOS, and Windows. It is based on Html, Css, TypeScript (Electron) and is released under the MIT license. Comes with plugin support to extend functionality. Other features include emoji support and theme support. It also comes with a WebGL Renderer, which you… read more »

Find installed Graphics Card GPU in Ubuntu

Sometimes to troubleshoot or some other purpose, you want to know which graphics card do you installed in your computer.In Ubuntu you have several command options to check the installed Graphics Card on your system without using any third party tools.In this article i will show you a some useful Linux commands to get your… read more »

How to list all users and human users in Ubuntu terminal

You do not have to use a GUI application to see all the users on your system. You can do this using the command line application in your terminal. You can use the following command to list all system-generated, human-created, or regular Linux users. There are many options. Try all the commands in the terminal… read more »

How to save terminal command line output to a file

Normally, when you run a command in the terminal, the command output is printed directly to the terminal and displayed. You can also run it in a bash-based terminal if you want to save the output to an external text file. Example: Ubuntu. Redirect the output and save it to a text file. Useful for… read more »

Check total directory size from Ubuntu command line

On Ubuntu, you can easily view the total size of a directory or folder from the command line tools in the terminal. And the good thing is that you don’t need a special GUI app for this. This can be displayed with the du command. du is a short form of disk usage. This article… read more »