Terminal: clear the command history

Cencellare the history of commands from the terminal history is a simple operation. Default, the last 500 commands type in termilane are stored in the hidden file “.bash_history“. The previously typed commands can be read quickly by using the arrow keys (“freccia its” and “down arrow“). This makes it easy to invoke a command recently typed, but it could be a security issue if that session was used by more people. So how does one delete the command history? (more…)

Start a program with GUI remotely via SSH

You not often have to start an application on a remote machine that requires the use of GUI, more widely in applications to launch and “turn” in background, but it can always happen. I'm thinking for example to those who use a computer as a multimedia station (with XBMC setup is very simple) or even just to experience.

Suffice it to say that you can do, but it is necessary to direct the GUI application to a screen in particular. (more…)

Small dictionary of the command line in Linux

Like many other things, also command line is subject to mutations. Mutations that occur very slowly (fortunatamennte) and in some cases do not occur just. The one listed below is a beginner cheatsheet of linuxian, i main controls with which to familiarize when you start to use the (one of) free operating system. Obviously, the guide is not complete, In fact, this little guide is not intended to replace all “man page” (otherwise a person would need?), but want to summarize in a practical and fast the most common commands. (more…)

Terminal: delete the login information

After being absent from the blog for the whole month of August, and half of September back at breakneck speed with the usual weekly article. Today we talk about privacy.

The terminal Linux è fantastico, with just a few commands we can have full control over the computer. Vediamo ora nel dettaglio come delete the login information per il computer sul quale siamo loggati. (more…)

LibreOffice from terminal: convert to PDF

With today's article we complete the article in the 31 May concerning the Printing from Client to Server, no drivers whatsoever. Perhaps not everyone knows that LibreOffice and OpenOffice integrate between their packages some commands from flipping through the terminal. These commands are identical for all operating systems (you, for Windows) and produce the same results. Among these we see today is the syntax for convert any file type through terminal opened with LibreOffice / OpenOffice in PDF.

The command for Linux is as follows: (more…)