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Linux Aafire Command

In Linux operating system, the terminal is a powerful tool for Linux users to work on. Linux is all about work for the folks, and there is no fun to use it; you’ll get surprised to see tons of funny commands pronounced as terminal-based…

Linux Cal Command Tutorial

In Linux and Unix-like systems, the “cal” command is a command-line utility used to print calendars on the terminal. “Cal” is an abbreviated form of Calendar. It is a pretty simple command and doesn’t contain many options. There are few…

How to Install and Use Steam Locomotive on Linux

In a Linux system, we often do mistakes while typing commands in the terminal. Learning from those mistakes and getting entertained by them could be good art. Steam Locomotive is a utility containing 295 lines of code in the C language. It…

Linux nproc Command Tutorial

In Unix-like systems, the “nproc” command is a tool that is used to count the number of available processing units available to the current processes. It also counts the total number of installed processing units present in a system. This…

Linux Id Command Tutorial

It is difficult for a new Linux user to monitor users or groups’ names with their Ids/Gids. In Linux distributions, an id is a command-line tool that is used to display the real and effective user’s Id and group’s Ids. The real id is the…

Linux pwd Command

The pwd is a helpful command for Linux users who are inexperienced and might get lost in the middle of directories. The pwd is an abbreviated form of “Print Working Directory,” or we can call the Current Work Directory. It displays the…

Linux Pstree Command Tutorial

The best way to display the running process in a system is to display them as a tree hierarchy. In a Linux system, “pstree” helps visualize processes hierarchy which is a less complex way to display running processes. The “pstree”…

Od Command Tutorial Linux

In Linux operating system, “od” is a useful command that converts the input in multiple formats with octal format by-default. As we all know, Octal has a base-8 number used to present binary numbers in a short form. Linux developers…

Linux who, w and whoami Command

who command is used to determine when the system has booted last time, a list of logged-in users, and the system’s current run level. w command displays user information like user id and activities on the system. It also gives the…

Linux Factor Command Tutorial

In Linux, there is a command-line utility called a very useful factor for those users who work with a prime number. The product of any prime number generates the original number referred to as Factor. Factor command in Linux supports us to…