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How to Delete Files with Specific Extensions from the Linux Command Line

Deleting files one by one is not worth the effort if you have a large number of files with the same extension or a similar pattern of files that you need to remove from your system.

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How to Copy Files to a USB Flash Drive Using the Terminal [TTY]

Copying files to a USB flash drive using the Terminal can be done quickly and easily with this short guide.

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How to Copy and Move Files with Specific File Extensions in Linux

When you want to move or copy files with a specific file extension, then you can use the same mv and cp commands with a wildcard character, which is a more dynamic way to move the file at once.

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The Quickest Way to Append Text at the Beginning of a File in Linux

As you know, there are redirection operators, which allow you to append text to a file. When you use the >> operator, the text is appended to the end of the file, while the > operator replaces the existing content.

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Learn how to Customise the Linux terminal to make it look awe!

Whether you’re new to Linux or have been using it for a while, you’ll find some helpful advice for personalising the Bash shell to make it your own.

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