Tag "Linux Commands"


How to Run Last Terminal Command but as Root User (SUDO)

by June 2, 2013

Its pretty common that Linux user often runs a command on terminal without SUDO (super user) which requires Super User (root user) permissions.But after login in as a super user with SUDO you need to retype the command (Cannot use


How to create a New User and New User Group in Linux

by April 24, 2013

In Linux,with just few commands you can easily create a new user though command line.In this article I will help you to create a new user and will add the user to new user group. To create a new User


5 Linux Performance Monitoring Tools for Sysadmins

by January 25, 2013

Performance is the very basic and essential for any server system. Linux comes with a number of tools that come in handy for any system administrator. This article presents some of these tools for monitoring performance of the system. TOP


Linux Command to List all Linux Commands

by July 23, 2012

Linux is cool in many ways and sometimes funnier,One such good thing about Linux is you can find everything you want within a Linux.For example You can use a single Linux Command to list the set of Linux commands you


How Zip and Unzip Files via Linux Commandline

by June 18, 2012

To Zip and Unzip files in various Linux Distros like Ubuntu,Fedora and Mint,you need to Install ZIp and Unzip software separately. Install Zip Software To Install Zip/Unzip software’s on Debian based websites such as Ubuntu $ apt-get install zip $


How to change the User Password In Linux via Commandline

by June 7, 2012

It is really simple to change the password for specific user on various Linux distros like Ubuntu,Fedora,Linux Mint,Debian etc. Note that If you are a normal user then you can only change your password only and Super User or Administrator


How to control volume via terminal in Ubuntu

by May 24, 2012

  As you know you don’t need any Drivers for Audio in Ubuntu OS,but the fact that many doesn’t know is you can install own sound-card and change the Master volumes for MIC,Headphone,Line etc via terminal.The Good thing is you


How to delete a files and Directory in Ubuntu – Linux Commands

by May 18, 2012

In this article i discussed various commands used in Linux operating system to delete a files and Directories via Terminal. lets assume this is the sample directory which is i am going to use for demonstration and I am working


How to find my Linux Kernel Version via command line ?

by May 17, 2012

This is a very useful Linux Command which will help you to learn about your system little bit deeper,You can able to get your Operating System properties like Kernel name,Kernel version and Kernel release date. Type below command in your


How to change System Date and Time using Linux Commands

by May 7, 2012

It is really simple to change the Date and Time of your Linux system using the date command. $ date {mmddhhmiyyyy.ss} where mm = Desired Month dd = Desired Date hh = Hour mi = minutes yyyy = Year ss

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