Shellcheck is a great script analysis tool for the Linux shell which can be used to detect common programming mistakes. Shellcheck analyses scripts, and informs about errors and warnings, alike to what a compiler would do.
Automation of a repetitive task tends to bring joy to the Bash developer: instead of typing endless commands again and again, a script simply does the work repetitively. Bash is ideal for such automation. This series will get you started!
Hibernating and sleeping is for bears and computers alike! If consuming less electricity is your goal, then this guide will show you how to make a small script to safely hibernate, sleep or freeze your computer from the command line.
What is that color on the edge of that application? Is that red? Or Maroon, Burgundy or Bordeaux? Having a GUI (Desktop) based color picker is always handy! Find out how to install one that works and works well.