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LHB Linux Digest #24.05: Sed Execution Model, LVM, Sticky Bits, inodes and More

Explore the hidden gems buried in the pile of over 700 articles.

Abhishek Prakash

We have over 750 posts on Linux Handbook. And it has some really good, detailed articles buried in this pile that you may never come across. That's an issue this newsletter addresses. You'll discover hidden gems that you probably would have never found on your own.

Take this detailed sed guide for example. It's over 5,000 words long and explains the sed command with execution model.

Complete Sed Command Guide [Explained with Practical Examples]
Sed is a must know command for Linux sysadmins. This detailed guide provides an in-depth look at all the Sed commands and the tool execution model.

And come to think of, it's one of the earliest articles on Linux Handbook nearly six years ago. Yeah! It's been that long 😄

💭 What else you get in this edition of LHB Linux Digest:

  • File permissions, sticky bits and inodes
  • LVM and Block Device Management.
  • Tools and memes for Linux lovers

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