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Bash Shell Command to Find or Get IP address

... Q. How do I find out my Linux / UNIX system ip address, subnet and related networking information from a command prompt? ... [full article] (6275 views)
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15 Examples To Master Linux Command Line History

... When you are using Linux command line frequently, using the history effectively can be a major productivity boost. In fact, once you have mastered the 15 examples that Iíve provided here, youíll find using command line more enjoyable and fun. ... [full article] (32 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: linux history command | advanced | examples | linux commands
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A Unix/Linux \"find\" Command Tutorial

... The find command is used to locate files on a Unix or Linux system. find will search any set of directories you specify for files that match the supplied search criteria. You can search for files by name, owner, group, type, permissions, date, and other criteria. The search is recursive in that it will search all subdirectories too. The syntax looks like this: ... [full article] (32 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: locating files | linux commands | find command
"easy guide to how to search for files in unix" - mf
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Linux / Unix chown command

... About chown Command for system V that changes the owner of a file. Syntax ... [full article] (29 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: chown command | unix commands | linux commands | change file owner
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Linux / Unix chmod command

... About chmod Changes the permission of a file. ... [full article] (72 views)
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The head Command

... The head command reads the first few lines of any text given to it as an input and writes them to standard output (which, by default, is the display screen). head's basic syntax is: head [options] [file(s)] ... [full article] (18 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: linux commands | head command
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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] (21 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
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Linux / Unix Command: w

... w - show who is logged on and what they are doing ... [full article] (31 views)
"know everything about w command of linux..." - mf
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Sending a running process to background

... Hi, I just wonder how can I send a running process to background. But I want to do this from another terminal, thus I'm not asking for 'Ctrl+Z and bg' sequence. Today I encountered that problem. I was running a process in a konsole [KDE]. After some time ... [full article] (18 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: background | process | linux question | running | linux commands
"simple way is to run a process in bg, do this.. end ur cmd with & and jobs cmd will prnt the runing processes now enter disown -h %1, then u can disconect" - mf
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how to get OS name from command line

... Hi Which is the best way (which will work on any os) to get OS name and version from command line ? Thank you! ... [full article] (29 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: linux commands | freebsd commands | rhel commands | uname command | os details command | uname -a
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