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Gdu – A Pretty Fast Disk Usage Analyzer for Linux

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In this article, we will take a look at gdu an open-source disk usage analyzer written in go. Gdu is inspired by godu, dua, ncdu, a…

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Different Ways to Use Column Command in Linux

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Have you ever been in a situation to work with CSV files and produce output in structured tabular format? Recently I was working with d…

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How to Use Heredoc in Shell Scripting

The post How to Use Heredoc in Shell Scripting first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .Here document (Heredoc) is an input or file stream literal that is treated as a special block of code. This block of code will be passed to a co…

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Source Command in Linux

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Apt Update and Apt Upgrade Commands – What’s the difference?

The post Apt Update and Apt Upgrade Commands – What’s the difference? appeared first on LinOxide.

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APT Command in Linux [A to Z Guide]

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How to Check Linux is 64/32 Bit [CLI and GUI]

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How to Check CPU is 64/32 Bit in Linux System

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Different Ways to Create and Use Bash Aliases in Linux

Alias in bash can be termed simply as a command or a shortcut that will run another command/program. Alias is very helpful when our command is very long and for frequently used commands. Over
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How to Convert PDF to Image in Linux Command Line

pdftoppm converts PDF document pages to image formats like PNG, and others. It is a command-line tool that can convert an entire PDF document into separate image files. With pdftoppm, you can specify the
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How to Trace Program Execution Using Linux Strace Command

The strace is a powerful command-line tool for process monitoring, diagnostic and troubleshooting programs in Linux. Generally, it is used to intercept and record the system calls and the signals received by a process. You can use strace to analyze […..

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Linux Stat Command Explained

The stat command is used in Linux/Unix system to display detailed information about files and file systems. It is most commonly used to get file timestamps. The Linux ls command usually gives you basic details about a file whereas stat […]
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How to Work with Date and Time in Bash Using date Command

Date command is an external bash program that allows to set or display system date and time. It also provides several formatting options. Date command is installed in all Linux distros by default. $
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How to Create Bootable USB from ISO using Linux Terminal

There are many third-party tools to create a bootable Linux USB Drive. Here I will show you how to create a bootable USB flash from ISO file using the Linux terminal. Before we start make sure you have downloaded the […]
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