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How to install PowerShell on Arch Linux, Manjaro, BlackArch

PowerShell on Linux

PowerShell is a cross-platform automation and configuration tool/platform. PowerShell has a large number of system administration-oriented commands. But at the same time, PowerShell is a full-fledged programming language that allows you to write functional programs (scripts).

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How to install PowerShell in Linux Mint

The PowerShell installation instructions often forget about Linux Mint, apparently, their authors believe that Linux Mint users do not need PowerShell. Let's fill that gap and take a look at how to install PowerShell in Linux Mint.

Linux Mint has several versions – “regular”, (more…)

How to select multiple inconsistent files and other tips for selecting files

You may need to select files in order to copy or delete several files at once. To select one file, just click on it with the left mouse button.

How to select all files

To select all files in a folder, go to that directory and press Ctrl+a on your keyboard. This keyboard shortcut works (more…)

How to Run a Program Automatically on Startup in Linux

If you want a program or script to run when the system starts up, then this can be done using systemctl. This method is universal: autorun also works on headless servers, not just when you enter a graphical desktop environment. This method is universal and will work on all systems where systemctl (more…)

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