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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.
Everything you type in the terminal is stored in the shell history. Learn how to use command history in Linux in this introduction to history command.
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.
New to Linux command line? Start Here!
Learn to use various Linux commands with practical examples.
Linux Terminal Tips and tricks
Learn to do things in Linux command line with these practical tips and tricks curated from personal experience in day-to-day life of Linux sysadmin.
Quick tutorial to show you how to find the biggest files on your Linux machine using a few commands that you may already be familiar with du, sort, and head.
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.
Here are various ways to reboot a Linux system from the command line.
Linux Tutorials for SysAdmins and DevOps
Learn to setup tools on a Linux server in cloud. Also learn to manage your servers with various tools and services.
This step by step guide shows how to upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 LTS server to 20.04 LTS over an SSH connection or otherwise.
The real power of Docker lies in tweaking the base docker image to your requirements. With that, you can easily and quickly deploy a…
Installing multiple Discourse forums is not straightforward but it’s not difficult either. Here are the steps to install multiple Discourse forums in Docker containers on the same Linux server.
Here’s a step-by-step beginner’s guide to setup visual monitoring of InfluxDB time series data in Grafana.
Take your productivity to the next level with this beginner’s guide to tmux. You can also download a free cheatsheet with all the important tmux commands.
Grafana is one of the most famous open source tools for monitoring and get information of several data sources. Learn to install and set up Grafana on Ubuntu.