The who command in Linux lists all logged-in users on the system. Here’s how to use it to get various information about logged users.
In this Docker tutorial, you’ll learn various ways of running a container along with the explanation of various options that are used.
The chown command in Linux enables you to change the user and group ownership of a file or directory. Learn to use chown with some practical examples.
Learn how to remove docker containers in various situations with these practical examples.
The usermod command in Linux allows you to modify a user account in various ways. Check out what settings you can modify in this tutorial.
If you want to delete an existing user in Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution, you can use the userdel command in the terminal.
The useradd command lets a superuser create a new user account on Linux. Here’s how to use the useradd command with various options.
Learn how to run some or all sudo commands without entering the password on Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution.
You can get file permissions, size, mtime, ctime, atime, ownership and several other file attribute information using the stat command in Linux.