xargs is one of the most powerful commands in Linux. In this tutorial, you’ll learn to use xargs command with some practical and useful examples.
With the timeout command you can set a time limit on running other commands and programs. If the program runs longer than the set limit, timeout kills it. Learn how to use it.
mkdir is one of the essential Linux commands that every Linux user should know. You can create new directories using mkdir.
Using SSH profiles can help you in cases where you regularly connect to various servers. No need to remember the IP address and other such details for SSH connection.
Redirection is an essential concept in Linux. Learn how to use stdin, stdout, stderr and pipe redirection in Linux command line.
This step by step guide shows how to upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 LTS server to 20.04 LTS over an SSH connection or otherwise.
Here are various ways to reboot a Linux system from the command line.
One of the basic SSH hardening step is to disable password based SSH login. This reduces the risk of a brute force attack on your Linux server.
Linux command line is versatile. There are commands that can be used to perform spellcheck and find out misspelled words. Here’s how!