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You can achieve virtually anything on a Linux operating system using a command. Whether you want to send a file to the printer, set up your system firewall, or edit a file without even opening it; you can do it all directly from the terminal. There’re thousands of commands available on any Linux system and […]
Linux Basics - head, tail, cat and more (or less)
The following are all BASH commands that are in daily use for most admin tasks. Need to extract a list of email addresses from a log file or a list of domains from a zone file¬†list? These tools can do all of this and more. Let us dig in and have a look at what […]
BASH - file permissions
File permissions in Linux are one of those things that you either spend some time getting to grips with (and then never forget) or you end up having to double check against Google every time you need to change a file permission. Hopefully, this article will assist you in the former and help you avoid […]
Limit CPU Usage of a Process in Linux
How to Limit CPU Usage of a Process in Ubuntu and CentOS Sometimes you get that one process that just eats up all your resources. In my case, it’s Google-Chrome. I had to find a way to deal with it without resorting to yet another plugin. In this article, I will discuss how to control […]
Bash for Beginners
  BASH or the “Bourne-Again Shell” is the scripting language with which many Linux tasks are accomplished. It is an easy to use language and can be freely adapted and expanded which makes it extremely powerful. It enables us to write our own commands, making systems automation (when the computer does the boring tasks) very […]
Beginner's Guide to GNU nano Text Editor - Linux
How to install and use GNU nano Text Editor in Linux If you are new to the Linux console, you might be having a hard time navigating the cumbersome pre-installed text editors. Fret not, as there is a beginner-friendly text editor called nano, which will simplify your command-line editing manifold. nano has all the features […]