How to add aliases to your Linux

Using a Linux Operating System, there is a high level of customization, depending on your preferences or needs. One important thing is to create aliases to the most common commands in order to optimize the time you use. In mi case, I love to use .. instead of cd .. or update to update all my Linux software pending updates. Here I put my list of aliases for Ubuntu (based on Debian) or CentOS (based on RHEL) distribution....

October 24, 2020 路 2 min 路 Yvoictra

Customize Bash Prompt with colours in Linux

There are lot of people that simply like to customize the appearence of the terminal, is my case. When you use a terminal during a lot of time, it usually helps to have a prompt more visible than the default one. Backup First of all, you should make a backup of the configuration file in order to fall back in case it is necessary. The file is at the user $HOME, so first step is to go the directory....

April 1, 2020 路 3 min 路 Yvoictra

Customize our Linux terminal with screenFetch (Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Linux Mint...)

screenFetch is a software for GNU/Linx which shows information related to our聽Hardware and our Operating System, including the logo of the Linux Distro it is being used. This is the info screenFetch shows: User Name Host Name OS with Code Name Installed Kernel Info System Uptime List of Installed Packages bash Shell Version System Resolution DE (Desktop Environment) WM (Window Manager) WM Theme GTK Theme Icon Theme Font CPU RAM Usage Here some examples:...

January 4, 2018 路 2 min 路 Yvoictra