The useradd command lets a superuser create a new user account on Linux. Here’s how to use the useradd command with various options.
Latest Articles on Linux Handbook
Watch is a great utility that automatically refreshes data. Some of the more common uses for this command involve monitoring system processes or logs, but it can be used in combination with pipes for more versatility.
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.
You can get Linux kernel version and some other system information with the uname command in Linux. Here’s how to use it.
Public key authentication allows you to access a server via SSH without password. Here are two methods to copy the public ssh key to the server.
Here are some practical examples you can follow to learn how the netcat command is used in Linux.
For a long time iptables have been a favorite tool for sysadmins. But nftables are recommended these days. Read to find out why.
Both SIGTERM and SIGKILL are used for killing a process in Linux. But you should prefer using SIGTERM. Here’s why!