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10 ways to use the Chown command with examples

Any file in a Linux system belongs to a particular owner(s) and a group. It is one of the many features that maintain security in Linux systems. For example; If a file belongs to say UserA, then UserB cannot manipulate the data depending on any additional permissions set unless the user has permission to do that.

How to use Vi editor in Linux (with examples)

Vi editor is short for the visual editor app and is a command-line based tool used as the default editor in almost all Linux distributions. It is similar to Notepad on Windows or TextEdit on macOS.

Top 6 commands to check the memory usage on Linux

Do you find that your Linux installation has been running slowly lately? If you do, then you need to test which programs or processes are using the system resources. There are, of course, some processes that go rouge and run in the background without your knowledge.

15 Tar command in Linux uses with examples

Tar is a famous utility that is basically used for collecting multiple files in a single archive. This file is often called a 'tarball'. Today, we are going to tell you about the different things you can do with tarballs using the tar command, with practical examples.

Wait command in Linux explained with examples

The wait command comes built-in with Linux; hence you can find it in any of the Linux distros. It is used to wait before a running process is completed. To make it work, you need to use it with a job id or a process id.

How to execute a Shell command with Python

Python is one of the popular programming languages out there. If you are using Linux, then learning it helps you in automating workflows and scripts.

Guide to adding Linux Symbolic Links

Years ago, when I first started with Linux and wore a younger man's clothes, one of the most challenging things for me to understand about Linux was the concept of symbolic links, and their use in the Linux environment.

Listing Users in Linux explained with examples

It's a common situation, especially for system administrators, to find out the list of users on a Linux system. In today's tutorial, we shall accurately show you how to do that.