Merging PDFs in Ubuntu Linux or Linux Mint was real easy using the pdfunite command in a terminal. To merge PDF files in Linux open a terminal window enter the following command:$ pdfunite file1.pdf file2.pdf file3.pdf combined.pdf <enter> where file1.pdf, file2.pdf and file3.pdf are the individual pdf files that will be merged and combined.pdf is … Continue reading How to merge PDF files in Linux
To extract the audio stream from a video file using ffmpeg, open a terminal window and enter the following command: $ ffmpeg -i file.avi -vn -ab 256k -ar 48000 -y file.mp3 <enter> Note that the values 256 and 48000 in the above example can be changed per convenience.
There are various methods to create a 150 GB file on Linux, but the fastest way to do so is to use fallocate. Open a terminal window and enter the command below: $ fallocate 150G filename <enter> The above command creates a 150 gb file named filename.
To Open up a terminal window on your Linux computer, press Alt+F2 to pull up the following window. You will see a terminal window. At the $ prompt, you can type any commands. This is also called the command line in Linux.