Windows ipconfig Equivalent In Linux

Windows ipconfig Equivalent In Linux

Windows operating systems provide the ipconfig command in order to display and manage IP addresses and configuration. Some system administrators and users coming from the Windows operating systems may ask that “What is Windows ipconfig command equivalent in Linux distributions?”. The short answer is ifconfig or ip command which is provided by different Linux distributions … Read more

How To List Services with systemctl list Command?

How To List Services with systemctl list Command?

Linux distributions provide different tools to manage services. Recently the systemctl command which is provided by the systemd tool is the most popular and widely used tool. Services are created and executed in order to provide different resources to local and remote users. In this tutorial we will learn how to use the systemctl command … Read more

Linux rm Command Tutorial

Linux rm Command Tutorial

rm command is the ultimate tool used to remove/delete files and directories in Linux distributions. The rm command is provided by all Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali, CentOS, RHEL, Fedora. There are alternatives to the rm command like rmdir but it provides only removal of the directories. rm Command Syntax rm command has … Read more

How To Remove/Delete Directories In Linux?

How To Remove/Delete Directories In Linux?

Directories are used to store other directories of files. A directory can be even empty. Linux provides different commands in order to delete directory or directories. Command-line or GUI file managers can be used to delete or remove directories in Linux. In this tutorial, we will examine rm, rmdir, find commands alongside Nautilus File Manager … Read more

Move or Jump End Of File in Vi/Vim

Move or Jump End Of File in Vi/Vim

Vim/Vi are popular command-line text or code editors. As a command-line text editor, the vi/vim should be used with commands. While using a GUI-based text editor going end of the files is easy by scrolling down with a mouse but it is different in vi/vim editor as there is no scroller. Vi/vim provides some shortcuts … Read more

Linux kill Command Tutorial

Linux kill Command Tutorial

The process is the core part of an operating system where jobs or tasks are completed by the processes. Processes run for single or multiple tasks to complete or serve for a long time. Killing processes is an action to end processes and stop it. The process can be killed in different ways with different … Read more

How To Install and Use curl In Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, CentOS)?

How To Install and Use curl In Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, CentOS)?

curl is a command-line tool used to make HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and related web-based requests to the remote servers. Currently, the latest version of the curl supports protocols like “dict file ftp ftps gopher http https imap imaps ldap ldaps pop3 pop3s rtmp rtsp scp sftp smb smbs smtp smtps telnet tftp Features: AsynchDNS brotli … Read more

How To Change Directory In Linux?

How To Change Directory In Linux?

Linux provides different ways and commands in order to change the current working directory. Changing directory is especially important while working on the command line or terminal but also used with GUI applications. In this tutorial, we will talk about “How To Change Directory In Linux?”. Instructions described in this tutorial can be used for … Read more