Command line

10 command-line tools for data analysis in Linux

Command-line tools for data analysis in Linux
Why load everything into a spreadsheet when the terminal can be faster, more powerful, and more easily scriptable?Read more

A quick introduction to tmux

A quick introduction to tmux
Manage application windows in the terminal just like you would in a desktop window manager.Read more

Using rsync to back up your Linux system

Using rsync to back up your Linux system
Find out how to use rsync in a backup scenario.Read more

3 to-do list managers for the Linux command line

3 todo list managers for the Linux command line
With the many software choices that are available, there's no reason why you can't effectively manage your tasks from the Linux command line.Read more

Using the command-line calendar and date functions in Linux

Using the command-line calendar and date functions in Linux
Linux has powerful commands built into your terminal to help you work with dates and times. Learn how to use them in this brief introduction.Read more

3 web browsers for the Linux command line

Command-line web browsers
Web browsers that run in a terminal window are alive and kicking. They're niche, but still get the job done.Read more

An interactive calculator for the Linux command-line

CalcShell: An interactive Linux command-line calculator
One of the authors of the recently updated book Wicked Cool Shell Scripts shares a Bash script for a simple, user-friendly command-line calculator.Read more

3 Twitter clients for the Linux command line

3 Twitter clients for the Linux command line
Your Linux terminal can do everything, including updating your social media. Learn about three open source Twitter clients for the command line.Read more