This post dives into a couple of useful commands: ls and tree. Both great commands for figuring out the structure of a directory and its subdirectories on Linux or Unix. lsls lists directory contents. # List current dire
Life is hard. Don't make it harder by not knowing how to find things. Let's use `find` to make our lives easier and find our stuff.
Manage your running processes with htop. Where GUI-based task managers fail, htop will not.
ack is a lot like grep– it's a tool for finding character patterns within files. But I like ack more. Here's why...
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