Category: Shell

How to create bootable USB using CLI

How to create bootable USB using CLI

Hey! I was curious about if we can create a bootable USB drive from Command Line Interface alone. I always have my utmost trust in CLI but this task sought to be tricky. Therefore, I set myself relaxed and dived to search a solution on duckduckgo.

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My experience with Linux CLI

My experience with Linux CLI

Hey! With this post, I am sharing my experience with Linux command line interface.

Before I learned about what is Linux and what is CLI, I couldn’t imagine myself working on a computer without any mouse and GUI. But, when I started learning Linux about a year ago, then CLI was something that sought my attention and I started to learn it. Continue reading “My experience with Linux CLI”

A new learning curve @dgplug

A new learning curve @dgplug

Hey all! I have been attending dgplug summer training this year. And it’s been a wonderful experience going on. I have attended all the sessions so far and could imagine the magnitude of knowledge I would be learning as the training continues. Let me tell you how this summer training is turning out to be a new learning curve for me. Continue reading “A new learning curve @dgplug”

What is SSH?

What is SSH?

A very well welcome to my lovely reader! how are you, by the way?

Well, A long way back I heard about something called “Telnet”. At that time I got to know that it is used for remote login. That’s it! The book didn’t describe how did “Telnet” work the way it is explained. And nor ever I got the fair idea of what actually this Telnet is. Recently when I searched for the fact that was not discussed in that book. And I got to know that this “Telnet” is no more usable.

What is remote login? what is Telnet? why don’t we use it now? and If we don’t use it then what do we use now instead? and how do we use that novelty? Let’s see guys you gonna dive into something called SSH.

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How to run graphics.h in Ubuntu using g++

How to run graphics.h in Ubuntu using g++

Aaah… I was just now wondering while running a program on Ubuntu terminal using g++ because the program included graphics.h and by default, it wasn’t available for g++ in the system. So my query was to run a graphics.h required a program on the terminal. And the question is finally resolved if you are facing the similar problem? then Continue reading “How to run graphics.h in Ubuntu using g++”

How to Recover Lost Partitions and Files using TestDisk/PhotoRec.

How to Recover Lost Partitions and Files using TestDisk/PhotoRec.

Hi,
I hope everything is fine going and you are just reading this blog to get informed about “TestDisk” and “PhotoRec”. Because the conditions in which people use these utilities… is quiet, not fine! Anyway, your purpose may vary. So,

Have you ever accidentally deleted any of your files even from the trash or a more cherishing moment when you deleted one Whole Partition of your drive? If anyone is the case with you, this blog may help you out. Alright, the question comes again: “How to recover deleted partition or files using TestDisk or PhotoRec?”

PhotoRec: is a companion program with TestDisk, we will see how.

TestDisk is a powerful utility software helps to recover lost data and partitions. Not just this sole purpose but Its usage is highly versatile. Let’s have a look… Continue reading “How to Recover Lost Partitions and Files using TestDisk/PhotoRec.”