Linux find Command Tutorial

Linux find Command Tutorial

Linux provides the find command in order to find files and directories. The find command is executed via the command line interface and it is also provided by the Unix and other related Unix-based operating systems. The find command can be used to search files and folders according to their names, creation date, modification date, … Read more

Linux curl Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux curl Command Tutorial with Examples

A curl command is a tool used to transfer data between different hosts. These hosts are generally called servers where different protocol types are supported by curl. The curl supports protocol types like FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, SCP, SFTP, SMB, TFTP, etc. Interestingly email protocols lşike IMAP, IMAPS, POP3, etc. are supported by the … Read more

What Is SSH (Secure Shell)?

SSH or Secure Shell is a network protocol used to connect remote systems in a secure way. The SSH provides easy access to the remote systems command-line interface. SSH is very popular between network devices, Linux systems in order to access their management command-line interfaces. SSH provides authentication and authorization features and asks for login … Read more

Linux tail Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux tail Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux provides the tail command in order to read specified files. The default behavior of the tail command is reading the specified files ends with the specified lines. By default, the tail command reads the last 10 lines of the specified files. tail Command Syntax The tail command has the following syntax where generally a … Read more

Using SSH Configuration File

Using SSH Configuration File

SSH is a popular remote management protocol that is secure, flexible, easy to use. SSH provides a lot of features in order to make SSH usage easy and straightforward. As SSH provides a lot of different features these features can be configured in different ways. The most interactive way is using parameters with the ssh … Read more

How To Rename A Directory In Linux?

How To Rename A Directory In Linux?

Directories or folders are used to store files and directories in Linux operating systems. The directory has also been named a folder. There are different ways to change a directory or folder name in Linux. Rename Directory with mv Command The mv command is the most popular command to move, rename files and directories. In … Read more

How To Rename File In Linux?

How To Rename File In Linux?

Renaming files is one of the most popular daily operations in Linux administration. Files can be renamed using different methods and tools like command-line interface, GUI, File Manager, etc. A renaming file changes a file name into a new one where the old file name becomes absolute after the file rename operation. In this tutorial, … Read more

Linux watch Command Tutorial

Linux watch Command Tutorial

Linux provides the watch command in order to run specified commands at the specified periods regularly. The specified command is executed over and over again at the specified intervals and the output is generally printed to the terminal. We can run the disk, process, memory-related commands to monitor them regularly by using the watch command. … Read more

Delete/Remove File In Linux

Delete/Remove File In Linux

Files can be removed or deleted by using different commands in Linux. The removal of the file deletes related file system information from the file system table. While deleting a file there are different ways like prompt deletion, display verbose output, etc. Delete/Remove File with rm Command The rm command is a defacto command to … Read more

Add A User To A Group In Linux

Add A User To A Group In Linux

In Linux users are associated with the groups. These groups are used to set permissions about files and folders. Users may have single or more groups related to them. The second group is called as secondary group . In this tutorial, we examine how to add a user into a group for different scenarios like … Read more