How To Install Google Chrome Using Octopi
A couple of comments came in on that page stating that you can use Octopi to install Chrome and so I have investigated and tried it out and it turns out you can.
This guide provides an overview to Octopi.
Displaying Tabular Data In The Terminal
How To Use ldd To Find Shared Libraries
How To Generate A Sequential List Of Numbers
Example Uses Of The Linux Cat Command
Listen To Online Radio Using Cantata
An Overview Of The Kdenlive Video EditorClick here for the article
If you are using the KDE desktop environment and you wish to edit videos then this guide will help you by providing an overview to all the features that Kdenlive offers.
The guide shows how to add clips, add titles, how to cut a video, how to add transform effects and how to preview a video.
A Beginners Guide To Installing Software Using GITClick here for the article
This guide shows how to clone a git repository, what to look for when building the package and runs through a worked example of changing the cowsay package.
How To Rename Multiple Files Using The Command LineClick here for the article
Generally you can rename files using the mv command in Linux. However if you want to rename a large number of files or wish to rename files using a patttern the rename command is very useful.
This is a complete guide to the rename command.
How To Make Directories Using The Command LineClick here for the article
I'm sure you are all accustomed to creating directories or folders using the file managers which are available in your chosen distribution.
It is worth learning some of the basic command line functions however as you might find yourself on a computer running a completely different distribution and with a different file manager.
One thing that remains consistent are the command line functions which is why many forums provide terminal commands as the solution to problems.
This guide shows how to create directories using the mkdir command. It also handles the prickly subject of permissions.
Display User Using The id CommandClick here for the article
This article shows you how to display user and group information using the terminal.