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How to Recover a Deleted File in Linux

Did this ever happen to you? You realized that you had mistakenly deleted a file – either through the Del key, or using rm in the command line. In the first case, you can always go to the Trash, search for the file,…

4 Ways to Batch Convert Your PNG to JPG and Vice-Versa

In computing, Batch processing is the execution of a series of tasks in a program non-interactively. In this guide will offer you 4 simple ways to batch convert several .PNG images to .JPG and vice-versa using Linux command-line tools. We will use convert…

fswatch – Monitors Files and Directory Changes or Modifications in Linux

fswatch is a cross-platform, file change monitor that gets notification alerts when the contents of the specified files or directories are altered or modified. It executes four types of monitors on different operating systems such as: A monitor build on the File System…

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Install Google Drive Ocamlfuse on Ubuntu 16.04, Linux Mint 18, Debian 8

Google Drive Ocamlfuse provides an easy and free way to access your Google drive on Linux. It’s a FUSE file system for Google drive, written in OCaml. This tutorial is going to show you how to install Google Drive Ocamlfuse on Ubuntu 16.04,…

How to Use Rsync to Sync New or Changed/Modified Files in Linux

As a system administrator or Linux power user, you may have probably come across or even on several occasions, used the versatile Linux Rsync tool, which enables users to expeditiously copy or synchronize files locally and remotely. It is as well a great…

How to Mount Remote Linux Filesystem or Directory Using SSHFS Over SSH

The main purpose of writing this article is to provide a step-by-step guide on how to mount remote Linux file system using SSHFS client over SSH. This article is useful for those users and system administrators who want to mount remote file system…