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How To Use Grep Command in Linux

As the name suggests, grep or global regular expression print lets you search for specific text patterns within a file’s contents. Its functionalities include pattern recognition, defining case sensitivity, searching multiple files,…

How To Use htop Command in Linux

The htop is a CLI utility to check an interactive list of running processes in real-time. It is a more feature-rich and user-friendly alternative to the top command. The htop command allows you to manage system processes, monitor…

How To Delete a File in Linux

All UNIX-based operating systems, including Linux, follow the structure that “everything is a file.” These systems treat all the regular files, directories, processes, symbolic links, and devices like external hardware as files. You can…

How To Set Logrotate on Linux

The Logrotate utility simplifies the process of administering log files. It relocates and replaces log files to manage their size and organize them while maintaining the information present inside them. For example, it will maintain seven…

How To Set up a Cron Job in Linux

Cron is a time-based job scheduler that lets you schedule tasks and run scripts periodically at a fixed time, date, or interval. Moreover, these tasks are called cron jobs. With cron jobs, you can efficiently perform repetitive tasks like…

How to List Processes in Linux

Processes are the running instances of programs that consume system resources. Listing these processes helps you monitor system activity, and  troubleshoot issues. That’s why there are multiple tools and utilities in Linux that you can use…

How To Find a File in Linux

Linux is a famous OS due to its features, like its robust file management system. It lets you perform various operations such as creating, editing, moving, and renaming those files. However, these features pose no advantage if you cannot…

How to Unzip Files in Linux

Archive(zip) files reduce space consumption to make the data transferable. That’s why most files you download from the web are in zip formats like tar, zip, and rar. However, you first need to unzip these files to access the data. …

How To Create a User in Linux

Linux is a multi-user system, meaning multiple users can work collaboratively on a single system. It helps organizations streamline their workflow and divide the workload. Every employee or member who joins the team gets separate user IDs…

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