Batch converting images in command line

Today I wanted to resize some pictures. I always use command line and “convert” to do it. Usually I type this:

  This command resizes me picture to 1024 pixels in width.   Today I wanted do the same but I had more pictures. So if you would like to do batch convert type this in terminal:


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How to setup SSH server on Ubuntu 16.04

First of all – what is SSH? Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for operating network services securely over an unsecured network. Wikipedia said… Imagine this situation: you have server at your office and you are at home. You want to do some things on the server from your home. Using SSH protocol you can have a terminal from your server on your computer at home. And finally…

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Synchronize data in Ubuntu using rsync

Last time I bought a desktop PC to my small office. I wanted to have a PC which will be always in my office, because getting notebook every time is not comfortable. So I bought Dell OptiPlex 760 Form Factor (FF) with this configuration: Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E8400 2 x 3,0 Ghz, 6MB Cache, 4 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD. I deleted Windows and I installed Ubuntu 16.04, of…

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