Run background processes in Linux using the Screen command

Run background processes in Linux using the Screen command

In this article we are going to learn how to use a background process in Linux, how to run process when we close the SSH and more using the screen command.

5 Of The Most Boring Commands In Linux

5 Of The Most Boring Commands In Linux

Views: 617 Linux is great, there are so many interesting things in it that one can get lost and one life is not enough to learn everything. In this article, however, we will show you the commands that we all know but never use – The most boring commands in Linux. Boring? Maybe. But at […]

How to Append Text to End of File in Linux

How to Append Text to End of File in Linux

Views: 760 How do I append text to end of file using the cli on Linux? How to add lines to end of file? How to Linux logs work?! What command I need to type to send the output of the command to end of file?!You need to use the “>>” to append text to […]

Diskonaut: A Terminal Disk Space Navigator for Linux

Diskonaut: A Terminal Disk Space Navigator for Linux

Views: 328 Diskonaut is a simple terminal disk space navigator created using Rust and supports Linux, macOS and Windows. The usage of the app is very easy, specify an absolute path in your file system, or run it in any directory you want. It will scan the directory and convert it to memory, allowing you […]

5 Practical Examples of "cd" Command in Linux

5 Practical Examples of “cd” Command in Linux

Views: 658 There are many commands in Linux and for this reason many people are worried about using the terminal. For this reason, today we will look at one of the main commands in Linux, the CD command. We will learn its most basic ways to use it and try to make your Linux experience […]

How the ping program works in Linux

How the ping program works in Linux

Views: 465 Let’s start with an example to check the connection to the google.com host. To do this, we just need to type in a terminal ping google.com, but because the program will not stop the ping alone we have to do stop it manually. To do this we must use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl […]

Gdu – A Fast Disk Usage Analyzer for Linux

Gdu – A Fast Disk Usage Analyzer for Linux

Gdu is intended primarily for SSD disks where it can fully utilize parallel processing. However HDDs work as well, but the performance gain is not so huge.

5 Funny Commands you can use in Linux and the Terminal

5 Funny Commands to use in Linux and Terminal

Views: 500 Not everything in Linux is serious, fortunately we can find fun programs created for the sole purpose of entertaining us. You may be wondering why? Well, because we are human and at the end of the day we need a little variety, laughter and maybe a drink on the train. And yes, speaking […]

Three Linux Commands You Should Never Use

Three Linux Commands You Should Never Use

Views: 355 In this article we are going to cover three commands you should know, but you should never use. Yes Linux is a great tool and gives you great power, but with that great power comes great responsibility. So without further ado lets start. 01 – The Fork Bomb :(){ :|:& };: A fork […]

5 linux commands every user should know

5 Linux Commands Every Linux User Should Know

Views: 822 In this article, we will show you a few commands that every Linux administrator should know and use to make their lives easier. Many people think that the graphical environment is the easiest way to use Linux, but this is not the case. The easiest way is to work with the terminal and […]

Top 3 Linux Server Operating Systems in 2021

Top 3 Linux Server Operating Systems in 2021

Views: 402 Introduction In this article we will look at several Linux distributions, which are an excellent choice if we want to use them as servers. We chose them precisely because they have an excellent level of security, regular patch maintenance and updates, and huge communities. In addition, there are thousands of tutorials on the […]

10 reasons to change windows 10 to linux

10 REASONS TO CHANGE WINDOWS 10 TO LINUX

Views: 691 Windows 10 has been around for a long time, but not everyone likes it. On the other hand, support for Windows 7 ended in early 2020, and users must either upgrade to a new version or look for an alternative. For such cases, there are a huge number of free Linux distributions that […]

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