This article will cover some options for office productivity software for Linux. Microsoft Office dominates the office productivity space – it’s the industry standard. If you’re in business, other businesses probably expect to be able to send you an Excel or Word file and for… Read More »Office Software for Linux/Ubuntu – What are the Options?
This guide shows you how to use the awk command in Linux, with plenty of useful everyday examples. AWK is a tool and language for searching and manipulating text available for the Linux Operating System. The awk command and the associated scripting language search files for text defined… Read More »How to Use The awk Command in Linux [With Examples]
This article explains how to search for words and expressions using Vim. Vim is ubiquitous, some tips and tricks can help you in everyday work life. So! Let’s explore simple searching, with Vim. Find a string Starting in normal mode, press forward-slash (/). Type in… Read More »How to Search in Vim Text Editor
This tutorial explains how to find and replace words in Vim/Vi. Vim provides the substitute command, similar to sed, for replacing text. Let’s go through and look at your options for finding and replacing text in this popular Linux text editor. Vim Syntax #from :help… Read More »Vim: How to Find and Replace
This tutorial will teach you how to delete single, blank, or multiple lines in Vim / Vi by using a pattern or range. Vim is ubiquitous, and it’s everywhere. Learning how to edit, remove, yank, paste, and everything else can help you speed through tasks. Before… Read More »Vim / Vi: Deleting lines
In this guide, we explain how to save a file and quit/exit in Vim, how to save a file without exiting, and how to quit/exit without saving. Vim (Vi IMproved) is an open-source text editor for Unix or Linux. It’s used to write and edit… Read More »How to Save a File and Quit in Vim/Vi