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Useful Linux command examples - Part I (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Sep 22, 2012 ... Various Linux distributions these days have started rolling out fancy GUIs to
attract end users. Though this is a good strategy but working on ...

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Linux 'who' command with examples (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Aug 6, 2012 ... Though this type of information can be obtained from various files in the Linux
system but there is a command line utility 'who' that does exactly ...

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Linux stat command with examples (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Jul 21, 2012 ... The Linux command 'stat' is used for displaying status information of Linux files
and file systems. In this article, we will discuss the usage of stat ...

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Linux netstat command explained with 10 examples (Real world ...

Search result description:Aug 25, 2012 ... The netstat command in Linux is a very useful tool when dealing with networking
issues. This command is capable of producing information ...

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Linux killall command explained with examples (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Jun 24, 2012 ... There are various commands/utilities available in Linux for doing this. One such
command is 'killall'. Lets discuss the 'killall' utility in this article ...

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How to use 7zip on Linux command Line (Real world open source)

Search result description:Sep 9, 2012 ... 7z command line examples. In all the examples below, I'll use the following files :
$ ls abc.txt basic bufferoverflow.c. In the above output, 'basic' ...

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Linux df command explained with examples (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Jun 24, 2012 ... Various OS provide their own tools/utilities/commands to fetch the file system
usage. In Linux too there exists a utility (df) that provides ...

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Linux tip: Job scheduling with cron and at

Search result description:Jul 18, 2007 ... Linux® and UNIX® systems allow you to schedule jobs in the future, either ... In
this example, the echo command will be run from within a script ...

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Common threads: Sed by example, Part 2

Search result description:For example, the following sed command will match a phrase beginning with '<'
and ending .... 1,20{ s/[Ll]inux/GNU\/Linux/g s/samba/Samba/g s/posix/POSIX/g }.

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Learn Linux, 101: The Linux command line

Search result description:Aug 31, 2009 ... By the end of this article, you will be comfortable using basic Linux ... In the
example above, each token after the command name is a parameter ...

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Know more about files using Linux wc command (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Oct 21, 2012 ... Linux wc command examples. The file input.txt will be used in the examples that
follow. Here are the contents of input.txt : # cat input.txt Hi, ...

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Know about your Linux system using uname command (Real world ...

Search result description:Sep 7, 2012 ... The expert cross questions and enquires about the Linux kernel release that you
are using. ... Linux uname command examples ...

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Search patterns in files using Linux grep command (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Nov 23, 2012 ... The pattern matching done by grep command is case sensitive. For example, if
the argument to grep command is "LINUX" (instead of "Linux") ...

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Common threads: Awk by example, Part 1

Search result description:Oct 11, 2013 ... When we executed awk, it evaluated the print command for each line in /etc/
passwd, in order. .... The following example script will output the third field of all
lines that have a first .... Dig deeper into Linux on developerWorks.

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Bash by example, Part 1

Search result description:Command shells unlock the potential of a UNIX system, and bash is the Linux
shell. It's the high-level glue between you and the machine. Grow in your ...


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