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HOWTO: Execute a command automatically upon GDM/GNOME login

Purpose: Let’s say you want to execute a command or a script automatically every time you log into your GDM/GNOME environment. How do you do that? There is no intuitive way currently to do that. So let’s get started… Assumption I am assuming that you have already installed GDM and GNOME on your system. # […]

TIP: How to check time taken by a particular command/program in Linux

Purpose: Many times you would like to know how much time did a particular command in Linux took to execute completely. For example, you would like to how much time does it take to compile a kernel on your machine. There is a command called “time” which can practically measure time required to execute for […]

  
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