101 Cool Linux Hacks, 2021 Edition - Special Edition #42 - Print Issue

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Special Edition #42: 101 Cool Linux Hacks, 2021 Edition

Discover the secrets of the experts! This collection of inspirational tricks and shortcuts for Linux geeks will help you tune your Linux system and improve your skills.

Our 101 hacks include ingenious tools, techniques, and shell commands for customizing your desktop, repairing your system, improving privacy, working with code, and more! All tips tested with Ubuntu 21.04.

101 Cool Linux Hacks, 2021 Edition - Special Edition #42 - Print Issue

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Desktop Modding
Curing the Caps Lock Disease
Latte Dock: The Best Dock for KDE
KDE Window Hacking
Global Menu for KDE Programs
Save Storage with Advanced Image Formats
Zoom Everything on Your Screen
Zoom into the Gnome Desktop
Use Virtual Desktops, Memorize the Hotkeys
Caffeine Helps Your Linux PC Stay Awake
What Would That Resolution Look Like?

Getting Stuff Done
Find Your Files with DocFetcher
Organize Your Ideas with Zim, the Desktop Wiki
Track Time with Chrono
Launch Programs Inside a VirtualBox VM
Bring Order to Your Photo Collection with digiKam
Create a Cheap Timer with sleep
Find and Install Online Fonts
Barrier: One Keyboard/Mouse Combo is Enough
Self-Organization with GTG

Keep It Running
Clone It with Clonezilla
Write ISOs to USB Sticks
Get a Quick Machine Configuration Overview with inxi
Repair Your Bootloader
Cleaning House with Stacer
Search and Find with the fd/find Tools
Repair the Debian Package Database
Learn the vi Editor Basics
Follow File Updates
Monitor Your System in a Terminal
Visualize ddrescue's Progress
Run dmesg with the Right Options
Where Did You Mount That Disk?

Security & Privacy
Install and Run Tor Browser
Permanently Wipe Files from Your Hard Disk
Disable Webcam and Microphone
Disable Password-Based SSH Logins
Encrypt Your Emails with GPG
Enhancing Security with sudo Options
Use Two-Factor Authentication with Authenticator
Start Your Training with Web Security Dojo
Lock Your Screen, Always
Use ccrypt for Quick Encryption

Monitor Your Network with Nutty
DIY Network Configuration
Advanced Tracing with traceroute and LFT
Dig a Tunnel with sshuttle
Send Files Without Knowing the Target's IP
Check Your DNS Server with DNSDiag
Run a Simple HTTP Server: weborf
Use screen in SSH Sessions
Access a Remote PC's Shell Session
Slow sudo? Check Your Hostname Configuration
Use Network Manager's CLI

Shell Hacks
Configure Your Shell History
Progress Bars for Standard Tools
Replace top with htop
Super-Fast Terminal Emulator
Universal Unpacker
List Files with Style
ASCII Browsing with Browsh
Command References at cheat.sh
Highlighting Instead of Grepping
Add File Type Icons to Your File Listing
Cool Retro Term Brings Back the 80s
The fish Shell
Using a Sub-Shell
Start the Right App

Publish or Perish
Install the draw.io Diagram Editor Locally
Record Screencasts with Peek
Edit Your Videos with VidCutter
Create Long Documents with Styles
Edit HTML with Live Preview in Brackets
Create E-Books with Sigil
Test Alternative CMSs with Docker
How Fast Is Your Server?

Deep Hacks
Safely Power Off Your Machine
Make Files Immutable or Append-Only
Mount tar.gz and zip Archives
Recover Deleted Files with PhotoRec and TestDisk
Change Root into Second Distro
Bind Mount a Directory with New Permissions
Run Binaries from a Different Linux Installation
Don't Be So Case-Sensitive

Working with Code
Run C Code from the Command Line
Edit Binary Files with hx
Edit Your Text Files with Textosaurus
Manage Your git Repository with GRV
Make git Interactive
Replace hexdump with a Colorful Tool
Textadept Works in Graphics and Text Mode
Perform Dynamic Code Analysis with SystemTap
Count Lines of Code in Your Project
Fix Disturbing Indentation and More

Having Fun
Interesting Terminal Output for Your Visitors
Scan the Network Like a Script Kiddie
Drive Your Moon Lander – in ASCII!
Run Your Own BBS
Explore, Expand, Exterminate: Play Star Ruler 2
Edit Files Like It's the 90s Again
Read Old Unix Books
Pick a Retro Screensaver
The Good Old Days: Linux From the 1990s

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