How to Compress PDF on Linux With Ghostscript [Terminal]

You can use Ghostscript command line tool for compressing a PDF file. Most Linux distributions include the open source version of Ghostscript already. However, you can still try to install it just to make sure. On Debian/Ubuntu based distributions, use the following command to install Ghostscript: Now that you have made sure that Ghostscript is Read the full article…

How To Refresh Linux Font Cache

To refresh your Linux machine’s font cache, type: where -f means forced (we want to refresh everything) and -v means verbose, in order to print some useful information on installed fonts and newly discovered ones. Source

Where Linux Stores Fonts

While fonts on your Linux box can be located in many different directories, there are some standard installation destinations. /usr/share/fonts  /usr/local/share/fonts  ~/.fonts Any of these folders will work for you. REMEMBER ::: fonts in ~/.fonts directory will be available only for your presently active user. Source

List Installed Packages in Ubuntu Using dpkg Command

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List Installed Packages Using apt Command

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How to Zip and Unzip via SSH

zip archive-name.zip your-file.php your-file.php your-file.php In order to compress a directory, use this syntax: zip -r archive-name.zip /directory-name This command is used for .zip file decompression: unzip archive-name.zip Source

How to Convert .MKV Video to .MP4 Video in Linux[Command Line]

FFmpeg is a video and audio converter that can also grab from a live audio/video source. It can also resize video on the fly without compromising the quality. FFmpeg is a powerful tool and can be used for various scenarios, if you are curious here is the official documentation. We also have a good collection of ffmpge usage Read the full article…

How to Convert Video to GIF in Linux[Command Line]

FFmpeg is a video and audio converter that can also grab from a live audio/video source. It can also resize video on the fly without compromising the quality. FFmpeg is a powerful tool and can be used for various scenarios, if you are curious here is the official documentation. We also have a good collection of ffmpge usage Read the full article…

Uninstall A Package Via Command Line On Ubuntu Linux

Use one of these codes here to get a list of all the packages on your device. Once you have found that program, use apt or one of these commands to remove it. Any of the above commands will remove the specified package, but they will leave behind configuration files, and in some cases, other Read the full article…

Screenshots On Linux Command Line(Chromium)

In order to get a screenshot of a web page(URL) in Chromium, we use this simple syntax structure in our terminal: If you need to find your path to chromium install, use which command like this: With that bit of information, we can now execute our screenshot command This only screenshots “above the fold” area. Read the full article…