Tag: command

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”

How to boot from Grub Rescue? Fixed(error): no such partition.

How to boot from Grub Rescue? Fixed(error): no such partition.

Ever get into the freaking condition, when your system doesn’t boot successfully and throw your control to a grub rescue utility informing the following error?

error: no such partition.
Entering rescue mode...
grub rescue>

I went through this situation today. And here is how I rescued with it. Continue reading “How to boot from Grub Rescue? Fixed(error): no such partition.”

How to clone a large mercurial repository?

How to clone a large mercurial repository?

Howdy readers! Have you ever experienced a condition in which you find yourself cloning a large repository and unfortunately lost an almost complete clone due to an unreliable network connection?
This experience is even more dreadful when you are having limited data in your internet pack. Let’s find out then, how to clone a large repository in a similar condition when you are unable to completely clone at once? Continue reading “How to clone a large mercurial repository?”

Introduction to Linux Terminal

Introduction to Linux Terminal

Hey!
Ever thought of a computer without a mouse or a touchpad? No? If no? Then why? Is there a way to operate a computer without that small sweet little device called mouse? Hmm… topic for me seems to be very interesting indeed!

The mouse was really a next level invention using which any New user can easily give commands to that Operating System, to carry out the user’s required task. But a mouse is a learning utility using which operating on a GUI become more feasible for a newcomer.

But you, are not a Newbie ( that’s why you are reading this article ), right? Then let’s take a step forward towards a more professional approach to operating a computer system without a mouse. Learning which, you would be able to operate a Linux operated computer with merely thy Keyboard and believe me, once you would be comfortable with command line terminal, You would be able to operate your machine more easily than a mouse. Then without wasting a second, Let’s go to Linux Terminal. Continue reading “Introduction to Linux Terminal”