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Linux Command Line - Part 2
Linux Command Line - Part 2
Linux Command Line for beginners.
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Linux Command Line – Part 1
Linux Command Line – Part 1
Linux Command Line for Beginners
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Changing The Time Zone In Linux (Command Line)
Changing The Time Zone In Linux (Command Line)
This article will cover several different ways to manage time in Linux.
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This lesson from the Linux Academy will teach you a few simple, useful commands to help you while wo
This lesson from the Linux Academy will teach you a few simple, useful commands to help you while wo
This lesson from the Linux Academy will teach you a few simple, useful commands to help you while wo
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Learn Linux | Lesson: Vi Commands and Usage
Learn Linux | Lesson: Vi Commands and Usage
This Vi tut and reference is one of the lessons available in the Linux Academy as part of the course
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Linux Command to Find Size of the Directory and Files
Linux Command to Find Size of the Directory and Files
Simple command example for Linux to find the size of the directory and files.
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How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
S3cmd is a program that allows you to backup your Linux box to Amazon S3. Amazon S3 allows you basically unlimited storage and, as long as you have the bandwidth, you can use it from any location. There are two options in a backup that you can use: you can either copy all the files over to an S3 bucket (called put) or you can use the sync command to sync file changes on a regular basis.
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GDB Quick Tutorial
GDB Quick Tutorial
GDB is a very useful tool for debuging C and C++ programs from command line. For that purpose your binary must be compiled with debug info, you will need the source files.
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FreeBSD Admin Commands and Tools
FreeBSD Admin Commands and Tools
This short guide shows most useful FreeBSD admin commands. It's only a list of commands and parameters and is not a complete description of those commands/apps. For more info about every command see respective man pages.
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Kill Command Example to kill process in unix
Kill Command Example to kill process in unix
Unix kill command is one of the basic command in unix which is used to kill a particular process by providing its PID. kill provides you ability to terminate hung or locked process in operating system. its similar to task manager in windows. Overall an excellent tutorial on kill command in unix for both beginners and seasoned unix user.
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How to use linux tar command with Example
How to use linux tar command with Example
tar command in unix is used for archiving purpose, you can create archive, update or extract from archive using tar command in unix. you can also create compressed archive by combining bzip2 and gzip along with unix tar command. for working efficiently and effectively in Unix knowledge of tar command is must.This article explains unix tar command with various real world examples for clear and quick understanding and application.
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Sort command in unix with example
Sort command in unix with example
Sorting is one of essential task we always need to perform and UNIX or Linux has great suppot for sorting by using sort command. No matter what kind of shell script you are writing or you are looking for some information or reports many times you need to sort the output from one command or a set of line. In this UNIX sort command tutorial we will see how we can use sort command in UNIX to achieve our sorting goal. This tutorial contains some of practical example of sort command for sorting data in UNIX. With the use of “uniq” and “sort” command you can remove duplicates and present a sorted data in UNIX.
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10 example of using Vim or VI editor in UNIX
10 example of using Vim or VI editor in UNIX
VI Editor is like notepad in UNIX but it’s extremely powerful and have sophisticated feature to work as complete IDE. No matter which version of UNIX you are working or which flavor you are using you always find either VI editor or VIM there. VI is a very large topic and I am not covering every aspect of it what I am sharing here is some examples of using VI editor in UNIX or Linux. most of the time we use only 10% of VI editor and never know 90% of it , to be frank I also don't know many of VI feature by heart but I always search for it , see people working in VI and learn from there experience as well. after working on VI editor what I found that every day we learn something new in VI editor but we forget something equally important and there I thought lets document whatever VI commands I have learned so far and using regularly. Idea is to keep this VI Editor tutorial updated with every single useful VI commands I learn and I also ask you guys to contribute with something useful. If you see 10 peoples working in VI editor you realize that they use it differently then use some new VI commands which you are not familiar of and which could improve your productivity as well. so if you would like to know more and more about VI editor I would suggest observe people around you when they work in VIM or VI editor and learn from there experience. Don’t confuse with both VIM and VI, VIM stands for VI improved and has some more feature than VI editor. Many a times you will find that VI command is aliased to VIM to make it default editor in UNIX.
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How to use grep command in unix linux with examples
How to use grep command in unix linux with examples
"grep" one of the most frequently used UNIX command stands for "Global Regular Expression Print". This grep command tutorial is not about theory of UNIX grep but to practical use of grep in UNIX and here I am sharing my experience on use of grep command in Linux with an aim that this would serve as quick guide or tutorial for using grep in UNIX for new beginners and help them to understand the grep command better and its thoughtful usage in UNIX or Linux.
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10 examples of using find command in Linux
10 examples of using find command in Linux
Here I am listing down some of the way I use find command regularly, I hope this would help some one who is new in UNIX and find command or any developer who has started working on UNIX environment. this list is by no means complete and just some of my favorites , if you have something to share please share via commenting. 1) Running the last executed find command in Unix: !find
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