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Tagging files made easy

We covered the basic usage of TMSU in LXF253. Briefly, it’s a nifty little command-line utility which can be used to tag all the files on your disk, leading to easy organisation. This is especially useful if you’ve been running the same distribution such as a rolling-release or a LTS edition for some time, as the number of files on your system will grow exponentially the longer you run the same distribution.

With , you can tag any file on your disk with a simple tmsu tag <filename> <tag> command. The command expects a filename and a space-separated list of tags that you want

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