Activate mouse in Linux console (terminal)

In regular Terminal application in GUI you can use mouse to copy/paste via mouse wheel or sometimes even you can click depends on the application you run. But in Linux console or simply in full text-mode by default mouse is not active and it has no use. If you want … Continue Reading →


How to install Netbeans on Ubuntu

After I upgrade my Linux from Ubuntu 11.10 to 12.04, I downloaded new version of Netbeans and install on my system. Therefore, I decided to make short tutorial about Netbeans installation. As far as I know Netbeans is not in Ubuntu repository and you should download it from its website … Continue Reading →


Most used and handy Linux commands (part_1)

Introduction This article firstly was written for GeeksArticle website and published it there but after few days we decided to close the website and now I put it here. I hope that I complete it very soon. This article is the first article of the most used and handy Linux … Continue Reading →


Linux text-mode applications (Web browsers)

Introduction I wrote this article to publish it as a series for Geeksarticle website recently but unfortunately the closure of it caused that I could not publish it. Now the first part is ready. This part focuses on text-mode web browsers with introducing them in details and their installation. Many … Continue Reading →


How to install Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English in Ubuntu

Introduction I wrote this article long time ago for geekarticle website and after closing this website I reviewed it again and added more parts and uploaded again here. That is why the structure is totally different with my older posts. The focus of this article is to express how to … Continue Reading →


Linux console calculator

Many times in Linux shell I need to do simple calculation like subtract, add, etc. Additionally, I do not want to run calculator for really simple calculation. So, I found expr which stands for evaluate expressions and is very handy and useful command to do simple math calculation to logic … Continue Reading →


Reverse text files in Linux console(shell)

I had a big list of ips which saved in a text file. This file was not sorted or in any order, so I just want to reverse the content of the file and show/save it. I searched on the net and I found tac command which is included in … Continue Reading →


Sort your file(s) in Linux Console (shell)

In Linux there is a simple command which you can utilize it to sort the content of your text file(s). This command is included in coreutils and the name is sort. The use of sort command is like below $ sort myfileTosort.txt The output will show the sorted file in … Continue Reading →


19 C++ hints

This post probably is one of the longest post in this blog. The truth is that I wrote this document for me to remind my C++ knowledge and in the middle of writing this document I thought about add it in blog. It is not completed yet since I have … Continue Reading →


April Fools’ Day

Today while I was checking my facebook, I found a post in a page which was written about Linus Torvalds joining Microsoft. I shocked and went through the original website which posted this news and finally I have found that yeah that was just April Fools’ Day post. Anyway it … Continue Reading →


Create your website sitemap in three seconds

Today I have checked my email and I receive an email from bing search engine and they have written that Geeksweb.tk does not have a sitemap. That is true, since I created the web blog in hurry I totally forgot to make sitemap for it and it is good that … Continue Reading →


Cut mp3 files in Linux terminal

If you have mp3 file(s) and want to split it or to extract few seconds out of it, you can use either mp3cut or ffmpeg applications in Terminal(shell). I found these two tools on UbuntuGeek and Askubuntu websites. Mp3cut is an easy application to use. You just need to give … Continue Reading →