How To Solve Permission Denied Opening File In Gimp

Are you having troubles opening a file in Gimp? Are you receiving a “permission denied” when opening a file in Gimp? Here is how I solved my problem:

ffmpeg – Converting MOV files to MP4

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VIM Editor ::: Undo and Redo

To undo recent changes, from normal mode use the undo command: u: undo last change (can be repeated to undo preceding commands) Ctrl-r: Redo changes which were undone (undo the undos). Compare to . to repeat a previous change, at the current cursor position. Ctrl-r (hold down Ctrl and press r) will redo a previously undone change, wherever the change Read the full article…

VIM Editor: Delete Matched Search Pattern From A File

DELETE MATCHED SEARCH TERM FROM A FILE Step1: Go to command mode and search mode Step2: Now search for your term and replace it with nothing This will help you to delete all the occurrences of your search term. Let me explain above syntax :%s is for searching for entire file, if you want to search in Read the full article…

Terminator Keyboard Shortcuts

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + O Split terminals horizontally Ctrl + ↑   Shift + E Split terminals vertically Ctrl + ↑   Shift + → Move parent dragbar right Ctrl + ↑   Shift + ← Move parent dragbar left Ctrl + ↑   Shift + ↑ Move parent dragbar up Ctrl + ↑   Shift + ↓ Move parent dragbar down Ctrl + ↑   Shift + S Hide / show scrollbar Ctrl + ↑   Shift + F Search within terminal scrollback Ctrl + ↑   Shift + N Move to next terminal within the same tab. If cycle_term_tab is False, cycle within the same Read the full article…

Removing Directories With Find

find is a command-line utility that allows you to search for files and directories based on a given expression and perform an action on each matched file or directory. The most common scenario is to use the find command to delete directories based on a pattern. For example, to delete all directories that end with _cache in the current working Read the full article…

Removing Directories With rm

rm is a command-line utility for deleting files and directories. Unlike rmdir the rm command can delete both empty and non-empty directories. By default, when used without any option rm does not remove directories. To delete an empty directory, use the -d (–dir) option and to delete a non-empty directory, and all of its contents use the -r (–recursive or -R) option. For example to delete a directory Read the full article…

Removing Directories With rmdir

rmdir is a command-line utility for deleting empty directories. It is useful when you want to delete a directory only if it is empty, without needing to check whether the directory is empty or not. To delete a directory with rmdir, type the command followed by the name of the directory you want to remove. For example, Read the full article…

Get Entire Directory In SFTP

To copy a directory from remote computer to local computer: Use the -r (recursive) flag: Source

Exporting Visual Studio Code Settings(Linux)

Make sure you have the most current version of Visual Studio Code. If you install via a company portal, you might not have the most current version. On machine A $ code –list-extensions | xargs -L 1 echo code –install-extension > code.sh Export code.sh to remote machine B and run $ chmod +x code.sh $ Read the full article…