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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.
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.
Mount Windows 7 Shared Partitions & Folders in Ubuntu
Mount Windows 7 Shared Partitions & Folders in Ubuntu. Works with v10.10 and 11.04
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.
How to Access A Windows Shared Printer from Ubuntu
How to Access A Windows Shared Printer from Ubuntu 10.10 and 11.04
How to Access Windows 7 Shared Folders from Ubuntu
How to Access Windows 7 Shared Folders from Ubuntu (v10.10 and 11.04)
How to create update or delete symbolic or soft link in Unix
In our project our Java process picks latest version of package for executing, which is a UNIX soft link. So whenever we do a release we just need to update latest UNIX symlink which makes release seamless and rollback very easy which in tern increases stability and predictability of our Java application.
List of special bash parameters and there expansions ?
Many of us use bash script for doing housekeeping and other stuff but occasionally and not much aware of special bash parameters. When I was new to bash shell and Linux and looking on some already written bash script I used to get baffled with special bash symbols like $@, $_, $1 etc.
How to Enable File Sharing & Change the Workgroup in Ubuntu Linux
How to Enable File Sharing & Change the Workgroup in Ubuntu Linux so that you can connect with computers having other operating systems installed.
Build a Subversion Server with FreeBSD
This tutorial show step by step configuration of a Subversion Server on FreeBSD. It is not a SVN for FreeBSD source files but a version server for your projects. What's the use? Well, if your project is large and you want to manage versions of your source files, bugs and features and you want a track of how your workers did their jobs every day, Subversion might be the answer.
Soft Mirror a Hard Drive in FreeBSD with gmirror
If you have a hard drive and you want to make sure your data will be intact but for different reasons you don't want to use hardware raid (you do not have support on your motherboard to hardware raid) you can use FreeBSD's gmirror feature to mirror that drive to a new one.
Configure MySQL Replication in FreeBSD
This tutorial shows you step by step configuration process for a Master/Slave MySQL Replication in FreeBSD.
FreeBSD MySQL Quick Tutorial
This is a MySQL Crash Course / Quick Tutorial for FreeBSD.
ZFS Quick Tutorial, a Powerfull File System
This is a quick tutorial on powerful ZFS filesystem. It works in FreeBSD, Solaris and Linux (fuse-fs).
SSH Public Keys Based Authentication Quick Guide
Here is a mini Howto about configuring your SSH service to work with Public Keys Based Authentication. It works in FreeBSD but also on other UNIX like OS-es such as Linux, Solaris
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