Eza: A Modern Replacement of the ls Command on Linux (Install + Use)

Eza is a modern replacement for the traditional command-line program “ls“, offers more features and optimization, and allows you to customize the output as per your preferences. The distinguishing features that set it apart from “ls” and other listing programs are hyperlink support, mount point

How to Use TLDR Pages on Linux (and Install It’s CLI Tool)

The default “command –help” section and “man command” page are quite overwhelming and confusing for beginners and also for professionals when they encounter a totally new command. In such scenarios, the person usually looks for a dedicated article on that particular command-line tool on the

Run Windows 11 in a Docker Container (Access it via the Browser)

The Windows Docker container is gaining significant popularity, allowing users to easily deploy Windows 11, 10, 8.1, XP, etc., as a container and later access it via a browser (with VNC). Before you confuse it with just a container, let me clarify that it uses

How to Add and Remove Passwords from PDF Files on Linux

PDFs are the primary file format for sharing sensitive educational, government, or office documents with individuals, often encrypted with a password to prevent unauthorized access. However, with a valid password, individuals can easily decrypt and store them in an encrypted wallet for future access. But

How to Install and Use Dockge on Linux: A Step-By-Step Guide

Are you struggling between the sluggishness of Docker (or Podman) CLI and the heaviness of Portainer? Then Dockge might be the best fit for you, as it is specially crafted for a user who only needs to manage containers or compose files for their Homelab

How to Deface Faces in Pictures and Videos With Free CLI Tool

Deface is a free and open-source command-line tool that allows you to automatically blur human faces in pictures or videos without relying on any external editing software or online service. For videos, it first detects all human faces frame by frame and then applies your

Tilix: A Tiling Terminal Emulator With Bookmark Support

The Tilix terminal emulator has existed for a very long time, but it’s very underrated despite being so good. Even for me, I’ve only recently heard about it from one of our readers named “Claude LaFrenière”, so a shout-out to him. In recent times, you

How to Install and Use jaq (jq clone) on Linux: Step-by-Step Guide

Jaq (pronounced like “Jacques”) is a Michael Farber and community effort to increase speed, correctness, and simplicity compared to its predecessor, the jq (JSON data processing) tool. At the moment, it promises to be 30 times faster and already provides improved conditional behavior, resolves crashes,

Monitor Linux User Activity With Acct or Psacct Tools

The “acct” or “psacct” are two of the best-known tools for assisting system administrators in keeping track of other users’ activity on their system and what resources are being consumed. Prior to moving further into the explanation, let me clarify that both of these tools

How to Enable/Disable Monitor Mode in Linux (using 3 Methods)

If you are a penetration tester, network administrator, or security professional diving into the realm of WiFi pentesting, your journey will involve enabling monitor mode on your Network Interface Card (NIC). In this article, we go over what monitor and managed modes are in your

Fzf: Quick Search via Fuzzy Finder on Linux (Install + Use)

“fzf” (or fuzzy finder) is a small, blazingly fast, and cross-platform command-line utility that allows you to perform interactive or dynamic searches via an interactive interface for effortless navigation and selection from matching options. It’s very flexible, and most often you will use it with

g: An Elegant Alternative for the ls Command in Linux

“g” is a free and open-source cross-platform alternative to the ls command, offering more advanced features than any other alternative, such as what “exa” can provide. 😮 The developer named this tool “g” because it’s written in Go, and “g” is simply easy to remember.