Too Long; Didn't Read - or as acronym: TL;DR. It's also very useful cli application. A collection of simplified and community-driven man pages - When I saw this I knew I have to set it up on all my machines immediately.
Finally, after years, I am able to extract archive on Linux without checking Google first, instead I
$ tldr tar tar Archiving utility. Often combined with a compression method, such as gzip or bzip. - Create an archive from files: tar cf target.tar file1 file2 file3 - Create a gzipped archive: tar czf target.tar.gz file1 file2 file3 - Extract an archive in a target folder: tar xf source.tar -C folder
If you are node user, you can install it with single command
npm install -g tldr. You can also use implementation in
other languages, check the official repo for other clients.
Second option is to use docker container. This also prevents the app to read anything from your filesystem.
$ docker run -it --rm mhlavac/tldr-docker tldr tar
You can also disable network for extra security
Setting up docker alias
To make tldr more accessible via docker, set it up as an alias in your
alias tldr='docker run -it --rm mhlavac/tldr-docker tldr'
To run tldr after setting up the alias:
$ tldr tar
I hope you enjoy
tldr as much as I do.