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In Linux, chmod is a command, which is used to change the permissions of files and folders. We can change permissions of Read/Write on a… Read More
Traversing through a directory tree to locate files is a common operation performed by most filesystem management software. This utility is in the form of… Read More
cp command is used to create an exact copy of the contents of the files and directories but with a different name and location. It… Read More
Text files are frequently processed while using the Linux command line. This article will go over how to determine which lines in a file are… Read More
sed stands for stream editor. It is a basic utility command in Linux that has basic functionality like inserting, deleting, finding, replacing, and searching text… Read More
Grep is a powerful tool to search for a pattern or regular expression in a text file but it cannot do the search in pdf… Read More
mke2fs command is used to create a filesystem usually in form of a disk partition or file directly from the Linux terminal, it is a… 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
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 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 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
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
The umask command in Linux is used to set default permissions for files or directories the user creates. How does the umask command work? The… Read More
Everyone likes to have a copy of the disk drive to have a chance to recover. Even If you don’t want a copy now –… Read More

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