wkhtmltopdf is an excellent opensource tool for converting html to PDF or an Image like JPEG, PNG etc.. It is available under GNU/GPL and written in C++ programming language. It can convert any HTML web page to PDF with Options to add Header and Footer. Also with Table of Content writing Option. It is available for both 32 and 64 bit Linux systems.
For dowloading 32bit tool use the below command.
For downloading 64bit tool use the below command.
Extract the Files:
You can flush your local DNS cache in Linux by following these easy steps:
1. Open your terminal to use the command line.
2. Log in as root using the su command:
3. Restart the name service cache daemon:
root@host: /etc/init.d/nscd restart
Please note that the name service cache deamon (nscd) may not be installed by default on your Linux distribution. You should be able to install it through the package manager of your distribution – yum f...
Imagine visiting a city for the first time. You're hungry, but don't know where the nearest restaurants are and which of them are any good. Wouldn't it be nice if some app could detect your location and provide you with a list of restaurants closest to you, along with reviews and ratings for each one?
And this is not the only consideration — could it detect your location accurately, keeping in mind your privacy as well? This is where the W3C Geolocation API comes in, suppo...
vi and vim have powerful searching capabilities because they bring to bear the richness of regular expressions.
To search for the next occurence of the text ‘maybe’ from the current cursor position, type:
Search backward from the current position by using ? instead of / in the command.
Once you have searched for something, you can find the next occurrence by pressing n or the previous occurrence with N.
Searching in vi/vim is enhanced with regular expressions. For example, ...
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