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The good old diff command may not be everyone’s cup of tea. On desktop Linux, you can use Meld GUI tool to compare files and folders for differences.
When you run a command or script in the Linux terminal, it prints the output on the screen for your immediate viewing. What if you want to save it to a file?
Running C program in Linux command line is not that difficult. Running it in a code editor like Visual Studio Code is even easier. Learn both methods in this tutorial.
If you ever used a desktop Linux system, you must have seen this screen. This is called the GRUB screen. Learn what is GRUB in Linux and what is it used for in this chapter of Linux Jargon Buster.
Find the always connected smartphones too distracting and privacy invasive? Let’s go back to the pre-2010 era and enjoy the simplicity of feature phones but with a modern design with MuditaOS.
Dell is adding new code in Linux kernel that will enable you to disable your Dell system’s webcam and microphone with keyboard shortcuts. Why? Because privacy.
Wondering how much free space you are left with? Here are terminal and GUI methods for checking the free disk space and disk usage on Linux.
This chapter of Linux Jargon Buster explains common terms like GUI (Graphical User Interface), CLI (Command Line Interface) and TUI (Terminal User Interface).
With apt-cache command, you can search for package details in the local APT cache. Learn to use apt-cache command in this tutorial.