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Burning a CD on Linux is a very important function. Compact Disks (CDs) are the most significant devices. before the era of USB & pen… Read More
MySQL server is an open-source relational database management system which is a major support for web based applications. Databases and related tables are the main… Read More
What is APT? APT (Advanced Package Tool) is a free software user interface for Debian and Debian-based Linux distributions that interacts with core libraries to… Read More
Programming for fun can manifest itself in the works of leisurely coding practice as well. Regardless of being academically inadequate, the task certainly does contribute… Read More
Linux actually means the kernel of the system, which is the sole controller of whatever happens on the computer system. When we talk or say… Read More
Linux/Unix comes with a huge number of commands and thus it become quite difficult sometimes to remember each and every command. apropos command becomes useful… Read More
apt provides a high-level CLI (Command Line Interface) for the package management system and is intended as an interface for the end user which enables… Read More
apt-get is a command-line tool which helps in handling packages in Linux. Its main task is to retrieve the information and packages from the authenticated… Read More
case command in Linux is the best alternative when we had to use multiple if/elif on a single variable. It is used to execute the… Read More
If a user wants a quick view of the calendar in the Linux terminal, cal is the command for you. By default, the cal command… Read More
date command is used to display the system date and time. date command is also used to set date and time of the system. By… Read More
Cat(concatenate) command is very frequently used in Linux. It reads data from the file and gives their content as output. It helps us to create,… Read More

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