If you are on a Unix based system, such as a Mac or Ubuntu, then you already have two tools built-in to help with wrapping text:
fmt. I’ll be explaining how these two tools both do text-wrapping but in slightly different ways.
Ubuntu is a great operating system for people who want an open alternative to Windows or Mac. This guide will help newbies to Linux learn how to format a disk using two different methods.
You have a directory full of important folders, and you want each one compressed separately. Doing this by hand would take waaay to much time. Of course, we can do this in terminal, and with one line of code (sweet!) so it’s easy to use.
For this we use the “Find” command built in into our computer. From there we’ll have two choices, to use compress it to a zip file for a dmg file.