CLI Companion is an application that is used as a compliment to the Linux Terminal. People unfamiliar with the terminal will find CLIcompanion useful to become acquainted with the terminal. Using the built-in commands you can unlock the potential of the Terminal. Experienced users can use CLIcompanion’s add command feature to build a command dictionary.
DigitalJedi wrote:Did anyone succeeded to install CLI Companion? I searched all over the forum, but found nothing.It's a app I used a lot when I was still with Ubuntu and still find it useful.I used:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:clicompanion-devs/clicompanion-nightliessudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install clicompanionAs displayed in Launchpad, but gave me an error.Any ideas?
I have an external drive that is a few years old and now I wanna format it. I dont know what file system I should use with ubuntu. I tried ext4, but it gives me a headache when I am trying to copy documents. It says I dont have the permission to copy files there.