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Here are 9 Examples of the ‘du’ Command in Linux

In this article, we will discuss another popular command for the Linux/Unix platform. du 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 various types of output […]

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A Quick Guide to Using df Command in Linux to Check Disk Space

This article will help you understand the use of the df command in Linux and how to use it with multiple options in Linux/Unix. The ‘df’ (Disk Free) command is an inbuilt utility for finding available disk usage space on Linux servers/storage. This command is mainly used by System Admins, as it is one of […]

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How To Remove All Packages Installed On Certain Date/Time In Linux

This brief tutorial shows how to find and remove all packages installed on a certain date and time in Linux.
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15 Basic Linux ps Commands for Monitoring Processes

Linux’s inbuilt utility processes status tool ps allows users and admins to check the information on the running processes. The process is nothing but a program in Linux/Unix that executes a specific task. The ps command in Linux is used to monitor all the currently running activities along with USER, PID, %CPU, %MEM, VSZ, RSS, […]

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Finnix 123 Linux Distro for System Administrators Is Out Based on Debian Bullseye

Finnix 123 is here almost seven months after Finnix 122 and brings a major change. The sysadmin-oriented distro is now based on the latest Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” operating system series rather than tracking the Debian Testing repositories. While the distribution is still powered by the Linux 5.10 LTS kernel series, the Finnix 123 release […]

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How To Find Your Most-Used Commands on Linux

Everyday we run so many commands in our Linux system. This brief guide explains how to find your most frequently used commands on Linux operating systems.
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Level Up Your Ansible Skills While Having Fun: Sysadmin After Dark

Gaming is a great way to clear your head after a long workday, and automating game installations with Ansible means you can start playing sooner.
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Clonezilla Live 2.7.3 Released with Major Enhancements and Bug Fixes

Clonezilla enables you to clone disks and partitions, storing resulting images on a backup storage device of your choice. Clonezilla Live 2.7.3 has been released based on Debian Sid. The new version adds support for mounting BitLocker device as image r…

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25 Useful IPtable Firewall Rules Every Linux Administrator Should Know

Managing network traffic is one of the toughest jobs system administrators have to deal with. They must configure the firewall in such a way that it will meet the system’s and users’ requirements for both incoming and outgoing connections, …

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An Example of How to Check Disk Space in Linux with the df Command

This article will help you understand how to check disk space with the df command in Linux and how to use df command with multiple options in Linux/Unix. The ‘df’ (Disk Free) command is in an inbuilt utility to find the available and disk usage space on Linux servers/storage. This command is mainly used by […]

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25 Useful IPtable Firewall Rules Every Linux Administrator Should Know

Managing network traffic is one of the toughest jobs a systems administrator has to deal with. He must configure the firewall in such a way that it will meet the system and user requirements for both incoming and outgoing connections, without leaving the system vulnerable to attacks. Learn more about IPtable firewall rules every Linux […]

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Linux traceroute Command Explained with Examples

traceroute is a command line utility that prints the route (or hops) that a packet takes to reach another host. It is used for network diagnostics. In this article, we will discuss everything you want to know about the Linux traceroute command and how …

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How to Kill Running Linux Process on Particular Port

In Linux, processes and ports have a symbiotic relationship. One cannot exist nor function without the other. Processes tend to share ports and some processes rely on a specific port to meet an operating system objective. That’s why you need to b…

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15 Useful Useradd Commands with Examples in Linux

In Linux, a ‘useradd‘ command is a low-level utility that is used for adding/creating user accounts in Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. The ‘adduser‘ is similar to the useradd command because it is just a symbolic link to it. Read on to learn useful useradd commands with examples in Linux. We all are aware of the most popular […]

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Here Are the 25 Best find Commands in Linux with Practical Examples

The find command in Linux/Unix is known to be one of the most important and frequently used commands for searching files and directories. It supports different arguments and options for finding files and directories. Even if you can find files and folders in Linux via GUI it will be more friendly and easier to use, […]

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22 Linux Networking Commands for Sysadmins

A system administrator’s routine tasks include configuring, maintaining, troubleshooting, and managing servers and networks within data centers. There are numerous tools and utilities designed for network management in Linux. Learn these 20 networking …

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Introduction to curl in Linux with Examples

The curl command is one of the most powerful and useful tools that are 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 access or download content from a website without a browser. […]

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[Updated] 20 Command Line Tools to Monitor Linux Performance

It’s really a very tough job for every System or Network Administrator to monitor and debug Linux system performance problems every day. For this reason, we’ve compiled the list of Top 20 frequently used command line monitoring tools that might be usef…

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Improve Linux Performance, Trigger Ansible with Git Push, and More Tips for Sysadmins

Today, Enable Sysadmins looks back at our top 10 articles to give readers a chance to catch up on any of the great content they might have missed. In this list, you will see various topics covered, and we are confident that some, if not all, will be of…

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Why I Was Scared of IT Automation

Learn the perspectives of three IT roles—and their common anxieties about IT automation.
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