Ah, I’m sorry, I didn’t know that, sorry …
top - display linux processes
paccache -d ~ paccache removes old packages from the pacman cache directory.
-d flag performs a dry run, only finding candidate packages.
does options too count?
Yeah, I’m not sure if flags count, so I’ll fix it now.
detox - Detox is a utility designed to clean up filenames. It replaces difficult to work with characters, such as spaces, with standard equivalents.
The Rolling Stones
xdg-open - opens a file or URL in the user’s preferred application
ncmpcpp - music player (front end for mpd)
printf - format and print data
Like echo but provides better formatting features. Resembles C language function printf().
tldr - man pages shortened with most common examples
patryk@patryk-pc ~ % tldr top # top Display dynamic real-time information about running processes. - Start top: top - Do not show any idle or zombie processes: top -i
reboot - reboot the machine
tmux (ofc) - it’s a terminal multiplexer for anyone who don’t know
xrandr - I use it to change monitor align from cli, probably you can do way more with that.
reflector - select and rank Arch mirrors
Very useful for sorting mirror issues.
rm - remove directory entries
man - man is the system’s manual pager
I would die without it…
make - maintain, update, and regenerate groups of programs
Last was from @patryk ‘N’
nmtui - Text User Interface for controlling NetworkManager
iostat - nice tool to watch how your disks are performing with I/O operations
transmission-cli bittorrent client