How to Disable IPv6 on Ubuntu 24.04

IPv6 is the latest version of IP (Internet Protocol) to provide IP addressing and enhance the security of connected devices. However, specific applications or networks don’t support IPv6, making it hard for the user to connect the…

Dd Command Examples on Linux

The dd command, or data duplicator, is a robust and versatile utility famous for its disk manipulation features. While its primary purpose is to create disk images, it also lets you clone data, convert file formats, take backups, and…

Linux open Command

In this guide, we will demonstrate using the open command in Linux. Prerequisites To perform the steps demonstrated in this guide, you will need the following components: A properly configured Linux system. For testing, consider using a…

15 APT Command Examples on Linux

In this guide, we will demonstrate a number of ways of using the APT command on Linux. Prerequisites To perform the steps demonstrated in this guide, you will need the following components: A properly configured Linux distro that uses APT…

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 Change File Permissions in Linux

Linux works well as a multiuser operating system. Many users can access a single OS simultaneously without interpreting each other. However, if others can access your directories or files, the risk may increase.  Hence, from a security…

How To Use Traceroute Command in Linux

Operating systems use packets for transferring the data on a network. These are small chunks of information that carry data and travel among devices. Moreover, when any network problem arises, packets aid in identifying the root cause of…

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