How To Rename Files and Directories In Linux?

Renaming files and directories are very popular task done by regular users or administrators. We can rename files and directories by using Graphical User Interface (GUI) or via the command line interface. But advanced users or administrators generally prefer the command line interface. Because the command line interface provides multiple commands and different options to … Read more

How To Install Deb Package via Command Line Interface?

The Deb package is used to install software for Linux distributions like Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Kali etc. These distributions are called deb-based distributions as their default package management system is based on deb packages. The deb packages can be installed via the command line interface by using different commands and package managers which provide the … Read more

Install Deb Files In Ubuntu

Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux distributions with its packages. Ubuntu uses the deb packages in order to install software and tools. The deb packages contain binaries, documentation, libraries, and configurations of the application. The Ubuntu distribution uses the deb package in order to manage and install the software. We can install the … Read more

Linux rmdir Command Tutorial

The Linux operating system provides the rmdir command in order to remove directories. But there is an important point where the rmdir command can only delete an empty directory. If a directory has some files it can not be deleted with the rmdir command. The rmdir name comes from Remove Directory . Remove Empty Directory … Read more

What is “alias ls=’sudo rm -rf ~/*'”?

Linux bash provides the alias keyword in order to as command shortcuts and easily run them without typing complex commands. The rm -rf command is used to remove or delete all files and directories. As you expect the alias ls=’sudo rm -rf~/*’ command creates a shortcut with the ls name which deletes all current user’s … Read more

Recover Files Deleted with “rm -rf” Command

The rm command is used to remove files and directories in Linux, Unix, and macOS systems. The rm -rf command is used to delete files and folders recursively and forcibly. The files and directories deleted with the rm command are not put into the trash or recycle bin which makes them very hard to recover … Read more

Linux “sudo rm -rf” Command

Linux provides the rm command in order to files and directories. The rm command provides different options for different removal. The sudo command is used to get root privileges. The root provides administrator-level privileges. The sudo rm -rf command is very dangerous command which simply delete everything in a Linux system. “sudo rm -rf” Command … Read more

Linux “rm -rf” Command

Linux distributions provide the rm command in order to remove files and directories. The rm command provides a different option which rm -rf is one of the most popular of them. By default, the rm command without any option does not delete a directory with contents. But the “rm -rf” command is used to delete … Read more

Print dmesg Timestamp In Human Readable Format

The dmesg command provides kernel-related messages. While displaying the dmesg messages every message is displayed with a time stamp that is a number. The default dmesg timestamp just consists of numbers without any day, month, or year information. This makes the dmesg message hard to read for humans. There are ways to display dmesg timestamp … Read more