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.
Some practical examples of wc command in Linux to count the number of lines, words and characters of a text file.
Less is an awesome Linux command utility for viewing text files. Here are some essential less command examples to use it effectively.
Learn the tail command syntax along with some practical examples of the tail command in Linux. This will also help you in monitoring the log files.
Learn how to use the paste utility on practical examples to merge text files, and discover a couple of tricks and pitfalls of that command at the same time.
How to split a file in Linux based on its content? Learn some practical examples of the GNU coreutils csplit command. It’s more useful than the popular split command.