systemctl enable and start service

Most of the times when I want to enable the service, I find myself enabling it immediately or it is vice versa. So, the commands I used to use were:

systemctl enable sshd.service
systemctl start sshd.service

But recently I learned that I do not need the 2 commands and this can be done in single command like below

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systemctl enable --now sshd.service

remove the background the easy way — online

Here is a nice link to web application that lets you remove the unwanted background. Just head over to the side, follow the simple instructions of marking the background and the subject and you are done.

http://clippingmagic.com/

Pretty good results you will get here, you may need to do a little work on the results but otherwise pretty good results.

 

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