Category Archives: Ubuntu

How to rotate your screen in Ubuntu/Linux

By | December 4, 2015

I had a dedicated key for auto rotate on/off on my laptop which worked in Windows but in not Ubuntu. I’m glad because I got to learn a new command called xrandr. I remember this by thinking of x random r. It is really neat and I recommend you running these commands and experiment. These… Read More »

Random Linux commands that I have used

By | June 1, 2015

find libblkmaker | wc -l This counts the number of files and folders in a directory. wc stands for word count. -l prints the number of lines. | pipes the results to the wc command. find libblkmaker -type f | wc -l If you want to count just the files, add the criteria -type f.… Read More »