User Index Page for "Unix Commands"

(Articles 1-5 of 5)
Bookmark and Share
My Articles  |  Articles I Maybe Interested In  |  My Clusters  |  New User? Sign Up  |  Sign In
Custom Search

Linux / Unix chown command

... About chown Command for system V that changes the owner of a file. Syntax ... [full article] (30 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: chown command | unix commands | linux commands | change file owner
Thank you mf for bookmarking this article!

Linux / Unix chmod command

... About chmod Changes the permission of a file. ... [full article] (79 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: linux commands | unix commands | chmod command | changing file permissions
Thank you mf for bookmarking this article!

zcommands: Read gzip compressed text files on fly

... Both Linux and Unix like oses comes with z commands. It allows you to read gzip compressed text files using zless, zcat and zmore etc. gzip reduces the size of the files using Lempel-Ziv coding (LZ77). Whenever possible, each file is replaced by one with the extension .gz, while keeping ... [full article] (22 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: linux commands | unix commands | linux z commands | zcat | zless | zmore | zdiff | zcmp | working with gz files | zegrep | zfgrep | zgrep | znew | zdump | zipgrep
"know how to grep gz files and much more!" - yamy
Thank you yamy for bookmarking this article!

Zipping and Unzipping Files in UNIX

... There are several methods of archiving files and retrieving archives. We recommend using the "zip" function to compress your files for its ease of use and portability. (Files zipped in Unix can be extracted using WinZip or PKunzip in Windows). We have provided various "unzip" methods. The "right" unzip method depends upon the method used to zip the file. You can tell the zip method by the file extension (e.g., .zip, .tar, .gz, etc.) ... [full article] (11 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: tar commands | unzipping files | zipping files | unix commands
Thank you mf for bookmarking this article!

Linux / Unix Command: export

... bash, :, ., [, alias, bg, bind, break, builtin, cd, command, compgen, complete, continue, declare, dirs, disown, echo, enable, eval, exec, exit, export, fc, fg, getopts, hash, help, history ... [full article] (9 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: Unix Commands | Export Command | Linux Commands | Bash | Linux
Thank you yamy for bookmarking this article!

New to WEBYAM...

  • With WEBYAM you can carry your bookmarks wherever you go
  • With WEBYAM bookmark something that you want the world to know
  • In WEBYAM search for any information and get relevant links posted by real people

What to add?

Any article (it can be news, opinions, reviews ...) on the web that you find good or useful and want to share with everyone. Add the title of the article, few lines (snippet) from the article, and the article's URL.  add now  more help...

Follow webyam on...

What is Cluster?

Cluster is the best way to organize your web. Give a title, a short description and select the tags you want to track in that cluster and your own cluster will be ready to use.  create now  more help...