How to Find and Delete Files Older than X Days in Linux

Oh boy... there is another use of the find command which helps us to delete files according to access or modification time to remove unused files like a pro!

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How to Find User Account with Empty Password on Linux

In Linux computing, system security is the highest priority. Standard users or system administrators always take certain precautions to ensure the safety of the system and its users.

We have already discussed many topics related to system security (get the link at the bottom of this article). However, today we will focus on ensuring the safety of the user accounts.

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Find Whether your USB Devices are Connected to Your Linux System using CLI & GUI Tools

Nowadays, we can find many types of USB drives on the market, such as one can easily buy a USB drive the size of a credit card, which you can easily carry in your wallet, or a very micro-sized Pendrive that we have lost many times.

Sometimes we connect the thumb drive to our system and because of the missing led light, we are not able to understand whether the device is plugged in, or the USB port is working properly, or the system hasn’t detected the drive like that, there may be a number of questions starting to run through your mind.

How to Increase Padding in GNOME Terminal

Don't you feel you should give some extra space around the terminal border? If yes, check how it looks after adding padding to the GNOME terminal.
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The Difference Between Su, Sudo Su, Sudo -i, and Sudo -s

As Linux administrators, you have to go through tons of things like securing the system against unknown access and creating standard users instead of allowing direct root access.

Sometimes, even the normal user requires some extra privileges depending upon their role. Switching to a different user or accessing a root account is one of them.

However, there are no single but multiple ways to switch to a different user or superuser in Linux. It may create confusion for beginners as to which command to use and which command is relevant in which situation.

How do I Copy a Particular File to Multiple Directories on Linux

Whenever I have to copy a particular file to multiple directories, I literally feel what a clunky job I have to do. Manually copying a single file to multiple locations is a total waste of time when you know you have to move this file across hundreds of directories.

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How to Install Custom Fonts on Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat)

After the installation you may not be able to view some of the fonts in Devanagari like Sanskrit, Hindi, Marathi, and Dravidian languages like Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam.

Because of that, you might face problems reading content in your regional languages.Read more

2 Ways to Capture Website Screenshots from the Command-line on Linux

There is no need to install any utilities or extensions to take screenshots of the webpage. If you are using Linux, then you can just run the following command to take a snip of your webpage.

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Mazter Game: A Maze in Your Linux Terminal

The Linux system is full of fun and surprises for beginner users. However, there is also an obstacle that can be defined as a maze of Linux from which you need to find your way out.

Climbing each stair (Maze) can lead you to the next level on your Linux journey. This cannot be easy or hard, but I can guarantee that you will enjoy every moment of this journey.

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sssnake: A Classic Snake Game to Play in Your Free Time

Linux is intriguing for a while, but after a certain period, you will have mental burnout while continuously staring at the terminal screen. To claim yourself, you usually take a break or have a sip of dark coffee and get back to work.

What if I say that you have an additional option to chill out your brain from the terminal burnout with a classical snake game that you used to play on your Nokia devices?

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