Category: Linux

Tools I Use: NCDU

Sometimes I have the need to find out which folders and files on my system use the most space. NCDU is a tool that can help with that. NCDU is a disk usage analyzer. It lists the folders sorted by size and allows you to quickly see which files take…

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Tools I Use: Tokei

This is a new series in which I'm showing application that I use which may not be known to everybody. Today I start with Tokei. Tokei is a program to display statistics about source code. It displays the number of files, lines of code, and in which…

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Library-Wide Shuffle for MPD

I've been using MPD and the ncmpcpp client for playing my music. The only thing that I've been missing from other software is a library-wide shuffle. I've found a simple solution to that problem using an application called ashuffle . It creates…

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Keeping My System up to Date

I'm an user of Arch Linux so updating my system is like my second nature but besides my system packages there are a lot of other stuff that I want to keep updated. For that I've found a useful application. The application is called topgrade and…

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Linux Setup

I've been using Linux for years and during that time I created a very custom Linux setup that is tailored exactly to my needs. When I began using Linux I started with Ubuntu like many others and over the years I tried out a lot of different…

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