As you all know, Linux is famous for its multiple variants in the name of distributions, each offering unique software repositories, package managers, desktop environments, release cycles, stability, and much more. The well-known Linux distributions are Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat, Fedora, and Arch, with the major
uv is a Rust-based Python installer and resolver designed to replace “pip“, “pip-tools“, and “virtualenv” commands, offering great 10-100x speed and advanced features like dependency version overrides and alternative resolution strategies. It has already been tested at scale against the top 10,000 PyPI packages, supporting
Curl is an amazing open source command-line tool and a library for transferring data with URLs (Uniform Resource Locators). It provides support for 26 protocols and allows you to send requests and retrieve responses through these protocols. The majority of Linux distributions provide curl out
As Linux users, we primarily rely on the Linux terminal and prefer to use GUI alternatives to the CLI like Ranger (a CLI based file manager) or w3m (a CLI based web browser). In the ongoing buzz of LLM models like ChatGPT, accessing them via
The Fish is a modern (friendly interactive shell) program identical to its allies, like Bash and Zsh, but with sprinkles on top. What does that mean? You already know about the Bash shell (because it’s the default login shell for most Linux distros) and the
Bash is the default shell for most of the Linux distributions, but it is not the only one; there are other shell interpreters like ZSH (and Fish) that are available. Kali Linux and macOS Catalina were early adopters of ZSH as the default login shell,
In Linux, the alias command is used to create shortcuts for long commands that have the same functionality as if you were writing the whole command. This way, you can improve your productivity and save time by creating a few aliases for the long or
Do you still type the long “sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y” commands each time you want to update your Debian-based system? Or are you still navigating into directories (ex: “/var/www/html“) using the cd command each time you have to modify something there?