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How to Count Files & Directories in Linux: A Beginner’s Guide

In this guide, I’ll share how I use simple command line tools, such as find, wc, and ls, to quickly find the exact number of files and directories in Linux and Unix operating systems.
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Reviving the Glory Days: NsCDE Desktop for UNIX Buffs

Discover NsCDE, the desktop environment that brings the nostalgic charm of CDE to modern UNIX and Linux systems.
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NetBSD’s Endurance: A Decade-Long Server Uptime Record

Journey through the remarkable survival story of a NetBSD server that continues to operate flawlessly after a decade.
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How to Use the source Command in Linux and UNIX

Use this practical guide to explore examples on how to use the source command in Linux and UNIX systems.

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How to Find All Sudo Users in Linux and Unix

This brief tutorial describes how to find all sudo users or super users (the users who have sudo access) in Linux and Unix systems.
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Master the Command Line With Bash Aliases in Linux and Unix

Discover essential Bash aliases to enhance your Linux and Unix command-line experience by streamlining tasks and increasing productivity.
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How to Monitor Internet Traffic Using Sniffnet in Linux, Unix

Effortlessly analyze, track, and monitor your internet traffic in real time with Sniffnet network monitoring tool in Linux and Unix.
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How to Inspect and Visualize Disk Usage on Linux With Duc

Duc is a collection of tools that can be used to index, inspect, and visualize disk usage on Linux operating systems.
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SCO vs. Linux: 20 Years of Open-Source Turmoil

Two decades ago, SCO turned its back on its Unix and Linux heritage and attacked Linux. It became a defining moment in Linux’s history. Learn more here.
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Ken Thompson, UNIX Co-Creator, Is Moving to Debian GNU/Linux

Ken Thompson has shared incredible news: he’s moving to GNU/Linux, specifically Raspbian. See why in his latest announcement.
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GhostBSD: A Simple Unix-Like Desktop OS Based on FreeBSD

GhostBSD is an open-source Unix-like desktop operating system created upon the most recent release version of FreeBSD. Learn more about it here.
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How to enable timestamp in history command

The history command in Linux and Unix systems tracks all commands previously executed. Here’s how to enable timestamp in the history command to see the timestamps of each command.
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How To Monitor File Changes Using fswatch in Linux

Learn about fswatch, how to install it, and how to use it to monitor file changes in Linux and Unix-like operating systems.
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Linux Directory Structure and Important Files Paths Explained

You must have probably heard that everything is considered a file in Unix and Unix derivatives like Linux. If not a file, then it must be a running process. This article gives a breakdown of the Linux File System and directory structure along with some…

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Linux/UNIX Certification Training Bundle

Learn the tricks of the Linux systems administration trade & prepare for top certification exams with this Linux/UNIX Certification Training Bundle.
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DNS settings to avoid email spoofing and phishing for unused domain

As you may know, email spoofing allows attackers to pose as someone else to gain illegal profit. For example, I only use webmaster@cyberciti.biz for communication, but someone might create a spoofed-up email, say info@opensourceflare.com, to trick som…

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A cautionary tale about locking Linux & FreeBSD user accounts

Like every other solo developer and sysadmin, I do stuff using ssh. Some stuff is automated using scripts, and others require ssh login. For example, one of my scripts logs into my Linux and FreeBSD server using public ssh keys and does a particular t…

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Rust-Based Redox OS 0.7.0 Arrives with Enhanced Hardware Support

Unix-like Redox OS 0.7.0 has arrived with several improvements that focus on making it boot on the widest range of hardware. Learn more here.
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How to Install Duf Disk Usage Utility on Ubuntu 20.04

Duf is a command-line utility to find disk usage in Linux and Unix-like systems. Learn how to install the duf disk usage utility on Ubuntu 20.04.
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How to Use SSH to Connect to a Remote Server in Linux

SSH is one of the main key services in Linux/Unix-based systems. Learn how to use SSH to connect to a remote server in Linux here.
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