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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 »

Ngraph – Create scientific 2D graphs on Ubuntu

Ngraph is a free open source graph application for Linux, Windows and MacOS. Released under the GNU General Public License v2.0 license. With this application you can create beautiful scientific 2D graphs for your studies and other studies. A very useful application for researchers and engineers. Graphs can be exported in PostScript, SVG, PNG or… read more »

Gifex GIF Recording Tool – How to install Gifex on Ubuntu

Gifex is a free and open source GIF recording software for Linux.It is released under GNU General Public License v2.0 license.Using this application you can create animated GIF movies from your desktop.You can select or manually enter the recording area.You Can trim a record before export, convert specified portion of recorded GIF.You can set the… read more »

6 screen recorders best for Ubuntu Linux

In this article, you will get a list of the best free and open source screen recorders for Ubuntu Linux. You can use a screen recorder to record your computer’s desktop screen and help you create video tutorials or broadcast or stream your desktop online. The best screencast application for Ubuntu Linux. This is just… read more »

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