Category: Commands

18 Quick ‘lsof’ command examples for Linux Geeks 0

18 Quick ‘lsof’ command examples for Linux Geeks

lsof is a command line utility for all Unix and Linux like operating systems to check “list of open files” The name “lsof” is itself derived from this functionality. lsof command is mainly used...

17 useful rsync (remote sync) Command Examples in Linux 0

17 useful rsync (remote sync) Command Examples in Linux

As the name suggests, rsync command is used to sync (or copy) files and directories locally and remotely. One of the important feature of rsync is that it works on “delta transfer algorithm”, means...

16 Useful ‘cp’ Command Examples for Linux Beginners 0

16 Useful ‘cp’ Command Examples for Linux Beginners

Being a Linux user, copying files and directories is one of the most common day to day operations task.cp command is used to copy the files and directories from one local place to another...

Useful Tips about Hard and Soft (symlink) Links on Linux/Unix Systems 0

Useful Tips about Hard and Soft (symlink) Links on Linux/Unix Systems

Many a times in any Linux/Unix based Operating Systems it is wise to understand the underlying concepts then only one can appreciate the beauty of commands and how they are implemented. Some small details...

12 Useful ‘dmidecode’ Command Examples for Linux Admin 0

12 Useful ‘dmidecode’ Command Examples for Linux Admin

Dmidecode is a tool or command which is used to retrieve the useful information of your system’s hardware components in human readable format. Dmidecode is available for all the Linux like systems (RHEL, CentOS,...

Learn Git Command with Practical Examples on Linux – Part 2 0

Learn Git Command with Practical Examples on Linux – Part 2

In previous article we have learned basic Git workflow. In this article we’ll be focusing on some advanced features like miscellaneous repository actions, branching and tagging. Like previous article this is also hands-on guide...

Learn Git Command with Practical Examples on Linux – Part 1 0

Learn Git Command with Practical Examples on Linux – Part 1

Git is distributed version control system. It is primarily used by software developers for their source code management. Git is free and open source software and many large organizations use it to manage their...

10 tips about ‘dmesg’ command for Linux Geeks 0

10 tips about ‘dmesg’ command for Linux Geeks

dmesg command is used to display the kernel related messages on Unix like systems. dmesg stands for “display message or display driver“. dmesg command retrieve its data by reading the kernel ring buffer. While...

9 Useful touch command examples in Linux 0

9 Useful touch command examples in Linux

Touch command is used to create empty files and also changes the timestamps of existing files on Unix & Linux System. Changing timestamps here means updating the access and modification time of files and...

10 Quick Tips About sudo command for Linux systems 0

10 Quick Tips About sudo command for Linux systems

Overview sudo stands for superuser do. It allows authorized users to execute command as an another user. Another user can be regular user or superuser. However, most of the time we use it to...