Learn to use touch command in Linux with these useful and practical examples.
Let’s see what are the various kinds of file timestamps in Linux, how to see the timestamps for a file and how to change the timestamps.
Formatting text so the lines will fit in the available space on the target device are not that easy when it comes to the terminal. Instead of breaking lines by hand you can use the POSIX fold utility and the GNU/BSD fmt command to reflow a text so lines will not exceed a given length.
chgrp command is used for changing the group of a file or directory in Linux. This guide shows you how to use chgrp command in Linux with practical examples.
Linux file permissions explained in simpler terms. Also learn how to change the file permissions and ownership in Linux in this detailed beginner’s guide.
Some practical examples of wc command in Linux to count the number of lines, words and characters of a text file.