Warn when battery is low

2020-08-30 2 min read Learning bash scripting
I am very lazy to look at battery status and want to be warned when the battery is low. This means that even if I am away from the laptop, I can be warned that laptop is about to poweroff due to battery low. So, what kind of alerts I can have, many - zenity message box email sms with twillio Telegram message and possibility is endless. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 LOW=35 ## This si the lowest percentage at which I want the alerts. Continue reading

Some good find alias.

2020-08-23 1 min read Learning bash
Here are some interesting alias’s that you may want to add to your bashrc file or where-ever else you add your aliase’s. Very useful if you use find commonly. There are four aliases defined here and have a comment explaining what it does. but these are so simple and useful that you probably dont even need the comments. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 # ff: to find a file under the current directory ff () { find . Continue reading

The power of find command in Linux โ€“ advanced.

2010-05-24 2 min read Linux
Generally whoever uses Linux, would know about the find command. Find the man page <a href="http://amit.themafia.info/phpMan.php?parameter=find&mode=man" target="_blank">here. There are also lots of blogs, tutorials and other articles on find command on the web, so why write another one. Because it&#8217;s worth every word spent on it ๐Ÿ™‚ find is a very powerful command, let&#8217;s see how (options for find command from man page and usage): โ€“depth โ€” Process each directory&#8217;s contents before the directory itself. Continue reading

Tip: Using find Command in Linux

2009-12-10 2 min read Linux
Ok this I was planning for quite sometime.. but found this <a href="http://www.pinoytux.com/linux/tip-using-find-command-in-linux" target="_blank">here. Worth reading for people who want to start off using find command. Doing command-line stuff in Linux is fun. It may be intimidating for some at first, now that we are in the age where GUI is no longer an option. But with CLI, we can do so many things that can be accomplished faster if we know how to utilize the features of a certain command. Continue reading