Tag Archives: bash

Rsync: How it works and how to use it

Rsync is a command line utility that is used to transfer multiple files, or entire directories, from one computer to another. It is a tool that comes with most Linux and Unix-like operating systems and it has great flexibility. You can update files and/or folders (recursively) on your machine, or the machine you are connecting… Read More »

Fear Not The Command Line, pt 2

Hopefully, you enjoyed learning about the command line terminal in the first post, or are otherwise somewhat familiar with the command line. In the previous post, I showed the most basic operations (ls, cd, help) one can do in Window’s cmd.exe terminal, and in Linux’s bash terminal (pwd, ls, cd, man). I am attempting to… Read More »

Fear Not The Command Line

Whether you are a casual computer user who uses Office for part of their work, a budding young design student who spends many hours at the computer, or just the average Joe who emails and uses Facebook or other social media, you ought to know what the command line is. If you’re just learning about… Read More »