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Ubuntu CLI : How to List all Users in Ubuntu via Command Line 0

Ubuntu CLI : How to List all Users in Ubuntu via Command Line

What is the command to list users in ubuntu?.  In this tutorial i’ll share  How to List all users in ubuntu via command line. you can easily list users in ubuntu using the cat command as follows:...

Movgrab : Cool Command Line Tool for Downloading Video Clips and Movies 4

Movgrab : Cool Command Line Tool for Downloading Video Clips and Movies

Movgrab is a command line tool that allow to downloading video clips from websites video streaming such as YouTube, Vimeo, Blip.tv,Daily Motion, Break.com, Liveleak and More .. Movegrab has no dependencies with another program...

How I View Linux Distro Version via Command Line 1

How I View Linux Distro Version via Command Line

How I View Linux Distro Version via Command Line? Actually, Many different Linux distro will view their version information in one place or another way by using programs with GUI (Graphic User Interface). If...

Top 7 Most Dangerous Linux Command Line You Should be Known 4

Top 7 Most Dangerous Linux Command Line You Should be Known

Did you user of Linux distributions like (Ubuntu, LinuxMint, fedora, etc) and often using command line to manage system. or you just met with linux is still learning and understanding about the command line,...

PowerISO: Powerful Command-Line Tool for CD, DVD and BD Image File Processing – How To Install and Using PowerISO via Command Line in Ubuntu 0

PowerISO: Powerful Command-Line Tool for CD, DVD and BD Image File Processing – How To Install and Using PowerISO via Command Line in Ubuntu

PowerISO is free simply command line utility version dedicated for Linux. that uses without graphic user interface like powerISO for Windows. PowerISO for Linux also can extract, list, and convert image files including ISO, BIN,...

Diagnosis system hardware and Software Repository using inxi 0

Diagnosis system hardware and Software Repository using inxi

Inxi is a fork of infobash developed and wriiten by locsmif, inxi allows users to check system information Such as your CPU and motherboard used, info about your distribution, desktop environment used, screen resolution,...

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