Linux Commands

How To Use Screen And Script Command In Linux

The screen is a terminal multiplexer. Using this, you can run any number of console-based-applications, interactive command shells, course-based applications, etc. You can use screen to keep running program after you accidentally close the terminal, or even after you log out and [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 6:44 pm

How to Use Linux Route Add Command

Routing is the way that computers communicate on a local network or over the internet. When you want to talk to someone, you need to know his position and how you can join it. To communicate over a network (big [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 2:29 pm

How to Move User Account from Linux Server to Another Server

User Account Move

This article I will show you how to cleanly moved user accounts from one Linux server (say Redhat or centos) to another server and its all related files. Users can be people, accounts tied to physical users or accounts which [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 2:10 pm

Tcpdump - How to Capture Live Network Traffic in Linux

Linux tcpdump

tcpdump is a tool used for network packet capturing or packet analyzer that works for most of the unix-like operating systems. Also you can call as packet sniffer that operates on packet level. It allows users to capture and display TCP/IP and [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 12:04 pm

How to Find Network Interface Details Using Linux Mii-Tool

Interface Details

Both mii-tool and ethernet tool allow Linux system administrator to modify or change or check the network interface card. Both the tools can be used for diagnostic and identification of ethernet devices. Even you can control the links, set the auto-negotiation [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 11:59 am

Can dd Command Used To Wipe Data? Examples

Linux dd command

dd is a common Unix program whose primary purpose is the low-level copying and conversion of raw data. You can use this command backup whole hard drives, create a large file filled with only zeros, create and modify image files [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 11:30 am

How To Use Linux Kill Command

Linux Kill Command

The word kill itself shows its clear meaning and purpose. In Linux, kill command is used for terminating the process. The command kill sends the specified signal to the specified process or the process group. First we need find PID [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 11:27 am

How to Flush Routing Table from Cache in Linux

Routing Table

In this article, I will describe how to flush routing table in Linux using terminal commands. A routing table in computer networking is a data table that's stored on a router or network server which lists the routes to particular network destinations. Usually, each [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 10:39 pm