Retrieve Weather information using Linux command line

Retrieve Weather information using Linux command line

Although most Linux users will use a GUI tool to retrieve weather information, it is also possible to do get a weather forecast from the command line. Whether you are stubborn command line user or you wish to automate flower watering using your Linux system and cron, there are several different options that can do the job. Some tools even allow you to retrieve information such as current outside temperature, wind, pressure, humidity, altitude, and more, directly from your Linux terminal.

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Ubuntu 22.04 GPG error: The following signatures couldn’t be verified

Ubuntu 22.04 GPG error: The following signatures couldn’t be verified

The Ubuntu 22.04 GPG error: The following signatures couldn't be verified is the most common error when attempting to include third party package repositories to the apt package manager. The GPG error should rather be treated as a warning against potential package installation from unknown sources. Therefore, the GPG error message prompts the user to verify and manually import the third party signature belonging to relevant package developer.

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Managing kernel modules on Linux

Basic Linux Kernel commands for module administration

The kernel of a Linux system is the core that everything else in the operating system relies on. The functionality of the kernel can be extended by adding modules to it by use of a specific Linux kernel commands. As such, a user can fine tune their kernel settings by enabling or disabling modules. This level of granular control is one of the many reasons why users love Linux in the first place.

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Installing and using the ifconfig command on Debian

How to install missing ifconfig command on Linux

Most of us longtime Linux users have the ifconfig command seared into our brain, after years of repetitive use. It comes as a shock to some when they type the command and are met with an error message (ifconfig command not found). Indeed, the command has become deprecated, but it’s still possible to install ifconfig command.

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Linux command line presentation

Linux command line presentation

There is no need to install tons of software in order to create a nice and informative presentation. tpp, which stands for Text Presentation Program is a simple to use command line presentation tool which allows you to create a fancy text based slide show presentation and share it with your colleagues or students as an ordinary ASCII text file. tpp utilizes ncurses, and it supports colors, slide-in, source code output, animated command line execution and a real time command executions all available from within your terminal.

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Using the find and locate Linux commands to search for a file

Locate vs find: What is the difference

If you need to search for one or more particular files, Linux systems have a few powerful methods for locating them, such as the find and locate commands. Both of these commands have the same purpose, but they use a different methodology to find files. Searching for a file with a specific name can be done, but you can also search for files that follow certain naming patterns.

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Disconnecting from an SSH session on Linux

How to disconnect from SSH connection

The SSH protocol in Linux is used to manage remote systems. It works by allowing you to securely log in to a remote device, which could be another Linux system, firewall, router, etc. When you are finished with your remote administration, it will be time to disconnect from the SSH connection.

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