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In Linux, there are commands like write/wall which are used to communicate with other users especially by system administrators to send a short message to… Read More
Let’s consider we have a text file that contains lots of text and in that text file there are some email IDs present, and we… Read More
Linux is a family of open-source operating systems and comes as various distributions or distros. The full path in Linux means starting from the root… 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
doexec command in the Linux system is used to run an executable with an arbitrary argv[0]. It allows the user to argv[0] other than the… Read More
As a system administrator, it’s a regular task to backup the data. There are two types of backup, incremental and full backup. In the full… Read More
A reboot is a process of restarting a working computer with hardware (such as a power button) rather than software. After installing a software package,… Read More
Shell is a command language interpreter. It is used in most of the UNIX/LINUX-based distros. Shell support scripting means we can automate the Shell commands… Read More
wget and curl are the commands that are used to HTTP requests without any GUI or software, rather we use the Terminal in Linux that… Read More
A Shell script is a plain text file. This file contains different commands for step-by-step execution. These commands can be written directly into the command… Read More
In the Linux system, you have a command base64. This helps you to convert text into base64 encoding but how can you change multiple lines… Read More
In this article, let us learn about different commands used in Linux for filtering text to implement effective file operations on Linux Machines. What is… Read More
Systemd is the new init framework, beginning with Fedora and presently embraced in numerous circulations like RedHat, Suse, and Centos. All things considered, the vast… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the Linux command lines for TCP variables. Find default TCP used in the Linux Checking the default TCP in… Read More
slocate command in Linux is used to find the files in your system. This is a secure version of the Linux command locate which is… Read More

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