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Solve issue for applications with multiple versions using the which command

Solve issue for applications with multiple versions using the which command

There are many times when you have an application with multiple different versions. It sometimes becomes confusing to figure out which command to use the appropriate version of the software. A command example would be …

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Find your files using the locate command on Linux

Find your files using the locate command on Linux

If you love doing things using the command-line interface(CLI) or automating stuff, you would love to know about the usage of the locate command. It helps to find files by their names. You may use different …

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Use the linux shell for help before you search the Internet

Use the linux shell for help before you search the Internet

Very often I find myself searching for information about a command or searching the various options available from a command. Well, guess what, most of the information that we need is inside our own Linux …

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Search through files using the grep command in linux

Search through files using the grep command in linux

The grep command is one of the most powerful commands in Linux. It is used for searching a pattern inside files. The pattern can range from a simple alphabet to a complex regular expression. There …

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The volume boot has only x MB disk space remaining

The volume boot has only x MB disk space remaining

If you're seeing following warning

It is mostly because you've old Linux kernels piled up in /boot directory. If you're wondering that you never specifically downloaded and installed the new kernel, then you should watch …

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The best of ls command

The best of ls command

  

The ls command lists the files in the current directory in alphabetical order, if no directory is specified. This command is extremely useful in gathering information about the details of the files present in …

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Cheatsheet of Basic Linux Commands

Cheatsheet of Basic Linux Commands

Command Line Interpreter(CLI) is one of the MVP(most valuable Product) of the Unix Operation Systems. Programs with CLI are generally easier to automate.

The general pattern of an OS(Operating System) command-line interface is

Prompt command …
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Cheatsheet of Linux directories

Cheatsheet of Linux directories

Welcome to the world of Linux, where everything is a file, even a device!.

The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) defines the structure of file systems on Linux and other UNIX-like operating systems.

Cheatsheet for …

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