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Linux Shutdown Command [with Examples]

Need to know how to shut down your Linux system safely using command line or how to schedule a shutdown at a specific time? Learn to use the Linux shutdown command with examples here.
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How to Use mkdir Command to Create Directories

In this article, we will go through various ways of creating directories using the mkdir command, as well as how to use most of its options. The mkdir (Make Directory) command allows you to create directories from the command line. When used with the right options, it can be a fairly versatile utility. Learn more […]

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Installing and Using macOS’s Homebrew Package Manager on Linux

Homebrew is a popular command line-based package manager for macOS. It can also be installed and used on Linux. Here’s why and how.
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How to Find All Files Containing Specific Text on Linux

This article explains how to find all files containing specific text on Linux. For this demo, we’ll use grep, a standard Unix program.
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How to Find Files Based on Their Permissions in Linux

Finding files from command line in Linux is easy! This guide explains how to find files based on their permissions in Linux and Unix-like operating systems.
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Micro Text Editor: Lightweight and Intuitive Terminal-Based Editor

Micro command-line text editor is designed to replace Nano as the text editor for the masses. It is a cross-platform terminal-based text editor, which is not only used for Linux, but on all other platforms like Windows and macOS as well. Learn more abo…

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How to Detect a Linux Physical Cable Connection

If you’ve ever needed to know whether a physical cable is connected to a network port on your Linux system, you don’t necessarily need to be right in front of the computer or server to check. There are several methods we can use from the Linux command line in order to see if a cable is […]

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Ventoy Now Available With GUI

Ventoy is an open source tool for creating bootable USB drives. It was originally released as a command line program. A web UI was introduced later in March this year, but it wasn’t really functional or easy to use. These days the developers have announced the first version of Ventoy with a native Linux GUI. […]

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How To List Installed Packages In Linux

This brief guide explains how to list all installed packages in various Linux distributions, from the command line, with examples.
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PeaZip 8.2 Released, Focused on Improving Command Line Usage

PeaZip 8.2 archive manager for Linux and Windows now supports a massive 225 archive formats. The new version focuses on improving user experience on Linux systems, updating installers, improving the automatic configuration of applications for “open wit…

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How to Run Multiple Linux Commands in One Single Command

If you use Linux daily, you know that the command line is the most powerful tool when working with files, installing and configuring system software, and running them. It becomes even more efficient if you run two or more commands at once on the comman…

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Simple Linux Backups with Rsync Command

Having a comprehensive data protection policy in place is now a fundamental practice to help ensure your data weathers all storms that can be thrown at it. Saying that it should be done is the easy part, but actually doing it gets more complex and laborious, depending on the policy in place and what standards […]

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