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How to Install AWS CLI on Linux Systems

AWS (Amazon Web Services) is becoming a popular and growing trend in the Linux community. It is the perfect cloud infrastructure for any Linux user that wants to scale the productivity potential of their acquired Linux administration skills.
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How to Use the rm Command in Linux

The rm command in Linux is used to permanently remove files and directories from the terminal without moving them to Trash or Recycle Bin.
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How to Shut Down Linux Using the Command Line

In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to shut down your Linux computer using the command line interface (CLI), aka Terminal.
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Terminal Tip: ‘duf’ is Prettier Alternative to the ‘df’ Command

I wouldn’t call myself a command line ninja but I do have a soft spot for getting things done using a CLI. At the end of 2021 I wrote a list of the best command line apps I use on the regular. In that rundown I spotlighted btop, a powerful and en…

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How to Upgrade to Fedora 36 from Fedora 35 Workstation

A complete guide on how to upgrade to Fedora 36 from Fedora 35 with both GUI and CLI methods plus pre-upgrade steps.
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How to Install GIMP 2.10 on Ubuntu or Debian Linux

This quick tutorial explains how to download and install the latest GIMP 2.10 application on Ubuntu or Debian Linux using the CLI.
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Introducing the Wireshark Command Line Interface: The TShark

TShark is designed as a CLI or command-line interface of Wireshark for capturing and analyzing packets right from the CLI. In this tutorial, we will present TShark with some basic use cases. Let’s dive in with TShark.
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Sparse Files: What Are They and How Can You Tell?

Sparse files are files stored in a file system where consecutive data blocks consisting of all zero-bytes (null-bytes) are compressed to nothing. There is often no reason to store lots of empty data, so the file system just records how long the sequence of empty data is instead of writing it out on the storage […]

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How to Install SQL Server and SQL Server CLI Tools on Ubuntu

When we think about SQL Server, we always think about it as running on Windows. Starting from SQL Server 2017, you can run it on Linux as well. In this tutorial, we are going to walk through all the steps on how to install Microsoft SQL Server and SQL …

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How to Use the Terraform Command Line Interface (CLI) on Ubuntu

Terraform is a framework for building and configuring infrastructure as code, with a command-line interface and DSL language. Learn how to use the Terraform CLI on Ubuntu here.
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How to Install and Configure WildFly (JBoss) on Debian 11

WildFly (formerly JBoss) is a Java application server developed by RedHat. It is a simple, lightweight, and powerful server with a CLI and an admin console. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install WildFly with Nginx as a reverse proxy on Debia…

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Get All Kinds of System Information in Linux Terminal with inxi

inxi is a CLI tool that lists information about your Linux system. This includes both hardware and software details. You get simple details like which computer model you have, which kernel, distribution, and desktop environment you are using, etc. You also get details like which RAM slot of your motherboard is occupied by memory modules […]

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How to Search for Text Within Files and Folders in Linux

If you are a developer, a web programmer, or someone who works with many files and you need to find a single piece of text, you should know and memorize a single command you can use on any Linux-based system. For example, let’s say you have a directory containing 30 folders and 20,000 files. It […]

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How to Use the echo Command in Linux with Examples

The echo command is one of the most basic and important commands in scripting/programming! This command displays or prints arguments at the terminal. The command is included in all distributions (operating systems) as either the shell or bash. Usually, developers or programmers use echo commands in both debugging and building of products such as websites, […]

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Curl Commands in Linux: 15 Examples

This article explains how to use curl in Linux with 15 examples. The curl command is one of the most powerful and useful tools used by web developers as well as by PHP programmers and system administrators. Most commonly, it is used to transfer data between remote and local systems. Through this command, we can […]

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How to Securely Transfer Files between Ubuntu Systems Using Croc

Croc is an open-source CLI-based tool that allows users to securely transfer files between systems. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Croc on Ubuntu 20.04 and how to transfer files and folders securely using Croc.
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Here are 9 Examples of ‘du’ Commands in Linux

In this article, we will discuss another popular command for the Linux/Unix platform. It is called du, which stands for “Disk Usage”. It is a standard command used to estimate space usage (meaning, in the terminal we can find the exact size each directory and file takes up). There are multiple ways we can generate […]

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SQLite 3.37 Lightweight Database Comes Packed with New Features

SQLite 3.37 just got better with new features such as CLI enhancements and additional interfaces. The biggest new feature in this release is support for STRICT tables.
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How To Run A Command After The Previous One Has Finished On Linux

This article explains how to run a command after the previous command has finished running. You can run a command after the previous one has finished, depending on the previous command’s exit status (if it failed or not) or regardless of this.
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Tea: Ultimate Text Editor and Word Processor for Linux

A text editor is an application program which is used for editing plain text files, configuration files and source codes of programming languages. A word processor on the other hand performs word processing which includes composition, editing, formatting of written data. Tea is an application which is the combination of a text editor and a […]

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