How to deduplicate files on Linux with dupeGuru

Recently, I was given the task to clean up my father’s files and folders. What made it difficult was the abnormal amount of duplicate files with incorrect names. By keeping a backup on an external drive, simultaneously editing multiple versions of the same file, or even changing the directory structure, the same file can get […]
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How to debug a C/C++ program with Nemiver debugger

If you read my post on GDB, you know how important and useful a debugger I think can be for a C/C++ program. However, if a command line debugger like GDB sounds more like a problem than a solution to you, you might be more interested in Nemiver. Nemiver is a GTK+-based standalone graphical debugger […]
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How to use Evernote from the command line on Linux

This week let’s continue our journey into the depth of the Linux command line to manage and organize information. After managing your personal expenses from the command line, I propose you to manage your notes from the command line, in particular, when your notes are stored in Evernote. In case you have never heard about […]
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How to manage your personal expenses from the command line

The Linux command line can be used for many things, like making spreadsheets, playing music, or accessing Facebook or Twitter. And to pursue our dream of ultimate graphic-less knowledge, I propose you today with a tool to manage your personal expenses from the command line. The name is GNU Pem, for Personal Expense Manager. Installation […]
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How to create a cool terminal dashboard in Linux

Are you looking for new ways to display information in Linux? Is Conky is too mainstream for you? Are you looking for something more geeky and flexible than screenFetch? Then maybe you should consider making a dashboard in your terminal. And for this, I like to use Hubble, a small application based on the Node […]
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