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How to Resize, Rename, Sort and Proof Photos from the Command Line

How to use ImageMagick to manipulate great batches of photographs, make proof sheets, and sort by Exif data.

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How to Manage File and Folder Permissions in Linux

For many users of Linux, getting used to file permissions and ownership can be a bit of a challenge. It is commonly assumed, to get into this level of usage, the command line is a must. Although there is always far more power and flexibility to be had, running seemingly complicated command isn't always a necessity. With the help of some of the most user-friendly desktop interfaces available, you can get away with little to no command line usage.

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How to Set Up a Media Center with Raspberry Pi

One of the most popular and useful projects with Raspberry Pi board is turning the RPi into a media center box. All you need to do is to download a media center image for RPi, and write it to your SD card. There are plenty of media center distributions for...

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How to Watch Live Streaming Video from the Command Line on Linux

There are quite a few popular live streaming services on the web (e.g., Dailymotion, YouTube Live, UStream, etc.). Most of these streaming services are accessed from a web browser via flash plugin. If you heavily use some of those services on Linux, you may notice that your web browser sometimes...

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How to Kill the Caps Lock on your Linux Desktop

Didn't there used to be a straightforward, GUI-powered way to disable the Caps Lock key on one's keyboard? I remember it as being one of the first modifications I did as a Linux newbie that actually altered the way a piece of equipment performed (boy, was I proud!). But some time around Ubuntu 11.04 (yes, during the Unity Revolution) that function seems to have vanished.

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