Tag: command line

How To Install Latest Emacs On Ubuntu via Command Line

How to install Emacs text editor on Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04 and other Ubuntu Linux Derivatives. GNU Emacs is the most popular and most ported Emacs text editor, and it was created by Richard Stallman for the GNU Project. GNU Emacs is an extensible, customizable, free/libre …

How to validate JSON from the command line on Linux

Due to its syntactic simplicity and flexibility, JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) has become pretty much the de-facto standard data exchange format used in many web applications. As JSON becomes widely used to represent structured data with a great degree of flexibility, the need arises for being …

How To Create A Guest User Account In Windows 10

By Paul Morris | March 26th, 2016 It’s definitely a positive that Microsoft is continuing to push out update after update for Windows 10, but with the latest version, some users may have realized that a commonly used feature is now missing for one reason or …

How To Install a Mumble Server on CentOS 7

How To Install a Mumble Server on CentOS 7 Mumble is a free application primarily intended for use by gamers which allows users to talk to each other while gaming. Mumble uses a client-server architecture which consists of a client program that consumes services provided by …

GNOME 3.20 Released, This is What’s New

Six months in the making, but today GNOME 3.20 has finally been released. And, as you’d expect from the world’s most popular free desktop experience, it’s packed full of changes. No mere bug release, GNOME 3.20 is packed with changes. 28,933 changes to be exact, including a crop of …

Install Blender On Ubuntu, Via Command Line

Install Blender 2.77 on Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 14.10 Systems. Blender is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, even video editing and game creation. …

Booting GNU/Linux Manually with GRUB Prompt

This is a recovery tutorial about using GRUB prompt to boot an operating system inside a hard disk drive. GRUB prompt is a program appearing at screen with black and white color, while a normal GRUB bootloader failed to be installed. GRUB prompt is similar to …

How To Check Laptop CPU Temperature In Ubuntu Systems

Ubuntu Temperature Monitor via Command Line. How to install Psensor in Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 14.04 and check laptop CPU temperature in Ubuntu Systems. Psensor is a graphical temperature monitor tool for Linux Ubuntu Systems that can monitor hardware temperature and fanspeed in Ubuntu. In simple words, …

How To Quickly Optimize Jpeg Images on Linux

A small cat, a large file-size Let’s say you need to compress and optimize a JPEG image on Linux. How do you do it? You might reach for a GUI app, like GIMP, and play around with settings. But that requires effort. In this post we look at …

Transmission BitTorrent client released for Windows

The popular BitTorrent client Transmission, formerly only available for Mac OS X and Linux distributions, has been released as a binary for Windows officially. The new release is not advertised yet on the project's website but Windows users who are interested in trying out the program …

How To Extract Images from PDF with pdfimages

This guide collects instructions about extracting and saving images from PDF file. This is possible by using pdfimages command line utility. pdfimages is built-in in Ubuntu along with poppler-utils package. pdfimages can save images in .ppm, .pbm, and .jpg formats. Extract Images As Is pdfimages <pdf_file> …

How To Upgrade From Ubuntu 15.04 to Ubuntu 15.10

How to Upgrade from Ubuntu 15.04 to Ubuntu 15.10. Update Ubuntu 14.04/15.04 to Ubuntu 15.10. Upgrade Ubuntu via Command Line or upgrade Ubuntu from ISO. Ubuntu 15.10 will be shipped with a brand new Unity 7.3.2, Linux Kernel 4.2 and Compiz 0.9.12.2.. Unity 7.3.2 on-screen keyboard now …

How to Disable Automatic Updates On Ubuntu

For some, seeing automatic system update notifications appear on the desktop every day can be annoying. But you can turn off automatic software update checking on Ubuntu — and we’ll show you how. First things first: disabling automatic update checking is not recommended. But there may be reasons why you …

How to monitor OpenFlow messages with packet sniffer

As a key enabler for software-defined networking (SDN), OpenFlow was initially introduced in the academia as a way to enable innovation on production networks which had traditionally been built with closed and proprietary networking hardware. OpenFlow offloads the high-level routing/forwarding decisions (control plane) from networking devices …