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How to Use the Who Command in Linux

The “who” reveals users who is currently logged in the system. It shows some information such as the…

How to Use the Whatis Command in Linux

It’s quite similar to “man” except this command only prints the one line description of the given command.…

How to Use the Top Command in Linux

The “top” command reveals the process running in the operating system. It shows the process id or PID…

How to Use the Tail Command in Linux

A utility command in Linux to view a portion of file content. It can be used to view…

How to Use the SU Command in Linux

Stands for substitute user. This command is used to switch user and lets exceuting command with the privilage…

How to Use the sed Command in Linux

Stands for “Stream Editor”. “sed” is a utility command that take file content or standard input (stdin) and…

How to Use the Screen Command in Linux

This command is used to create a new session inside your current session. It typically is used to…

How to Delete Files and Folers in Linux

This command is used to remove files. It can also be used to remove directories when it’s invoked…

How to Use pwd Command in Linux

Stands for the print work directory. This command will output the full path of the current current directory.…

How to Use the Ping Command in Linux

The ping command is handy utility command to quickly test network connections. It sends a packet of data…

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