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    find command has a great operator for narrowing down the list of results: mtime. as you probably know from the atime, ctime and mtime post, the mtime is a file property confirming the last time the file was modified. find uses mtime option to identify files based on when they were modified. Typical ways of […]

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  • 10/24/18--00:34: screenFetch in CentOS
  • Many of you liked the screenFetch command I have introduced a few weeks back. It's a great utility native to most Debian based distros. However, there's a slight problem with CentOS and RedHat distros: they don't have it in their standard repositories. Turns out, it's very easy to get it installed using git: greys@centos:~ $ […]

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    This monthly issue arrives a week later, but brings more news as the result: lots of OS releases in October!

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    New Linux users often get puzzled by the "mkdir: cannot create directory" errors when taking first steps and trying to learn basics of working with files and directories. In this short post I'll show the two most common types of this mkdir error and also explain how to fix things so that you no longer […]

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  • 11/08/18--13:06: Raspberry Pi OS
  • While you probably know that Raspbian is the official OS for Raspberry Pi systems, it's not the only operating system you can use. In fact, most of Raspberry Pi beginners start with NOOBS – New Out Of Box Software, which is an installer you can download or buy on an SD/microSD card from most of […]

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    This post talks about VMware Tools and Open VM Tools – packages that help you improve performance and integration of your Unix-like virtual machines in VMware environments. What are VMware Tools? VMware Tools are a set of virtual machine enhancements providing tighter integration, smoother operation and much better performance for VMs running in VMware environment. […]

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    I'm pretty used to how ls command shows pretty colorized output on most modern Linux distros, but somehow its default behaviour in MacOS is still plain white – no different colours. I decided to look for command line option to change that, and sure enough – ls command in MacOS has -G option for colorizing […]

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