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bzmore command in Linux is used as a filter for CRT viewing of bzip2 compressed files, which are saved with .bz2 suffix. In simple words,… Read More
ar command is used to create, modify and extract the files from the archives. An archive is a collection of other files having a particular… Read More
The ln command is used to create links between files. Before going into the application of the ln command in detail, please refer the below… Read More
bzip2 command in Linux is used to compress and decompress the files i.e. it helps in binding the files into a single file which takes… Read More
In Linux, access command is used to check whether the calling program has access to a specified file. It can be used to check whether… Read More
compress command is used to reduce the file size. After compression, the file will be available with an added .Z extension. File permissions will still… Read More
bzless is a command similar to bzmore, but it has many more features. bzless does not have to read the entire input file before starting,… Read More
bzgrep is a Linux command used to search for a pattern or an expression but inside a bzip2-compressed file. This command simply passes it’s arguments… Read More
The bzcmp utility is used to invoke the cmp utility on bzip2 compressed files. All options specified are passed directly to cmp. As internally bzcmp… Read More
bzdiff command in Linux is used to compare the bzip2 compressed files. Bzcmp and bzdiff are used to invoke the cmp or the diff program… Read More
cksum command in Linux is used to display a CRC(Cyclic Redundancy Check) value, the byte size of the file and the name of the file… Read More
sdiff command in linux is used to compare two files and then writes the results to standard output in a side-by-side format. It displays each… Read More
The touch command is a standard command used in UNIX/Linux operating system which is used to create, change and modify timestamps of a file. Basically,… Read More
The hd or hexdump command in Linux is used to filter and display the specified files, or standard input in a human readable specified format.… Read More
The find command in UNIX is a command line utility for walking a file hierarchy. It can be used to find files and directories and… Read More

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