Tag Archives: terminal

How to run the sudo command without a password

The sudo command is an excellent part of the Linux command-line. It allows users to execute root commands without needing to log into root, protecting their security. The problem is, to use the sudo command, you’ll need to enter your password. Having to enter your password to execute the sudo …

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How to hide snap packages from lsblk on Linux

Snap packages are an excellent Linux technology that the community is embracing, as it offers a lot of features and benefits. However, sometimes Snap packages can cloud out your command-line output when the lsblk command runs in the terminal, and it can be incredibly annoying. In this guide, we’ll go …

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How to open any terminal app from Nautilus

Gnome Shell’s file manager Nautilus has an excellent feature that allows users to right-click in any folder and select “Open terminal” to immediately gain access to a terminal. The problem is, this “Open terminal” feature only works with Gnome Terminal and not any old terminal app. If you love the …

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How to customize the KDE terminal

The terminal program that is included in the KDE Plasma 5 desktop environment (Konsole) is one of the most customizable and versatile apps of its kind in the Linux community. However, it suffers one huge drawback. New KDE users aren’t aware of all of the useful customization options that it …

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