Linux Commands

Discover the Best 7 Ways to Create a File in Linux Terminal

linux create file

In this article, I will show you how to create a file from a Linux terminal. There are many text editors like (vim, nano, vi) and many commands like (cat, echo, printf, touch) to create a file in the Linux [...]

Ahmed Abdalhamid 8:25 am

8 LDD Command Examples in Linux

LDD Command Linux

ldd is a Linux command line utility that is used in case a user wants to know the shared library dependencies of an executable or even that of a shared library. You might have noticed many files starting with lib* in [...]

Ahmed Abdalhamid 4:39 am

Linux List Group Members in Linux Terminal

linux list group members

In this article, we'll look at different ways of how you can list members of a group in Linux.  The /etc/group text file stores group information. There's one entry per line containing the following information Group name Password Group ID [...]

Winnie Ondara 5:29 am

RPM Commands in Linux with Examples

RPM Commands Linux

RPM(Redhat Package Manager) is a command line package management utility used for installing, uninstalling, updating, querying and verifying software packages. This article I will explain some of the most common Linux rpm commands for a system admin. Some of the [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 1:30 am

A Brief Outline of 106 Linux Commands with Examples

Linux Commands

Similar to the Command Prompt in Windows, Linux has the Terminal in order to help you configure and interact with your system. For someone to work in the Terminal they need to familiarize themselves with Linux commands. Once familiarized it [...]

Nishali Wijesinghe 2:54 am

8 Linux Tee Command with Examples

linux Tee Command

Command chaining and redirection are the features that are used for these complex tasks, You can redirect the output and/or errors to a file and it will not be shown on the terminal. Similarly, using chaining, the output of one [...]

Ahmed Abdalhamid 12:05 am

10 Linux rsync Examples to Exclude Files/Directories

Linux Rsync Exclude Commands

Rsync (Remote Sync) is a most commonly used command for copying and synchronizing files and directories remotely as well as locally in Linux/Unix systems. With the help of rsync command you can copy and synchronize your data remotely and locally [...]

Ahmed Abdalhamid 3:38 am

Linux Netstat Commands with Basic and Advanced Examples

Linux Netstat Commands

Netstat is a command line tool that is used to view and monitor network statistics and configurations of a system. This tool is available on both Unix, Linux and Windows NT-based operating systems. Below are some of the activities that [...]

Nishali Wijesinghe 12:05 am

How to Install and Use netcat Command on Linux

Install netcat command linux

This article is going to show how to install netcat tool on linux and use it for TCP/IP networking. Netcat is very useful utility when it comes to TCP/UDP sockets using. This article is going to cover only a very little amount [...]

Hayk Gevorgyan 12:29 am

How to List Users using Linux Command Line

list users linux

The main job of a system admin is configuring and managing users and groups. In this article, I will show you how to list users in Linux using the command line. Commands that I show would work on all Linux [...]

Yash Vasa 3:33 am

How to Check Service Running on Specific Port on Linux

Check Service Running Port

Occasionally, we may need to check out the default port number of specific services/protocols or services listening on certain ports on Linux. A number of command line tools are available to help you search port names and numbers in your [...]

Jamie Arthur 3:23 am

4 Tools to Browse Internet from Linux Terminal

Browse Internet Command Line

In this article, we'll focus on how you can browse the internet from Linux command line using text-based browsers. Text browsers are browsers that only render the text contents of a web page, leaving out all the graphical content including [...]

Jamie Arthur 12:05 am

6 Commands to Clear Linux Terminal

clear linux terminal

Sometimes, as you go about running commands on a Linux terminal, you may feel that the terminal is somewhat 'filled up' with commands and outputs of those commands. Therefore, you may want to clear the terminal to declutter it and [...]

Jamie Arthur 2:16 am

How to Find Packages Owns Specific File on Ubuntu

Find packages owns specific file

This guide is meant to help you identify a package that owns/provides a specific file on your Ubuntu system. All commands on this article have been tested on Ubuntu 18.04 and Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop and Server edition. Sometimes it is [...]

Josphat Mutai 1:13 am