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Change Brightness, Backlight In Debian Linux

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Change brightness, backlight In Debian Linux.

In Debian 8.xx it is not as simple as in Debian 9.xx or 10.xx.

Change brightness, backlight In Debian Linux.

Debian 9 and Debian 10 has an applet controlling the backlight included, located next to the hours.

Brightness (Backlight) "controls the black level". If set to low, pixels that are not supposed to be black will become black. If set to high, pixels that are supposed to be black will be slightly gray instead.

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Search Contents Inside A File Using Grep

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Search contents inside a file using grep.

The grep command, ( global regular expression print ), is one of the most versatile commands in a Linux terminal environment. It is a tool primarily used to search text or search any given file for lines containing a match to the supplied words/strings, like an e-mail or textbased file sent to a VAN's system.

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View XPS Documents In Debian Linux

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View XPS documents in Debian Linux.

There is the document viewer (Libgxps2) in Debian 9 and 10.xx.

View XPS documents in Debian Linux.

OpenXPS or XPS stands for XML Paper Specification, is based on XML and it is a relatively new electronic paper format originally developed by Microsoft™ and serves as a PDF option.

How to install:

sudo apt-get install libgxps2

Press Enter.

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Which Terminal Am I Using In My Version Of Linux?

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Which terminal am I using in my version of Linux?

You need to open up your terminal and type the following command to find out.

echo $TERM

Press Enter,

Which terminal am I using in my version of Linux?

For example in Debian 9 "Stretch" and Debian 10 "Buster" it is:

xterm-256color

However, if you want more info, type:

tput longname

Press Enter,

And your result will be:

xterm with 256 colors

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Block Websites Using Localhost In Linux

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Block websites using localhost in Linux.

Sometimes even when using an ad-blocker, a few sites get passed and opens a new window with things you do not want. So in order to block these unwanted sites in Linux, do the following:

Block websites using localhost in Linux.

Open a terminal and type the following command:

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