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  • 17 Linux grep command examples for a data analysis

    GREP is a command line search utility or tool to filter the input given to it. Grep got its name from ed editor as g/re/p (global / regular expression
    http://www.linuxnix.com/grep-command-usage-linux/
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  • Linux directory structure explained:etc folder

    ETC is a folder which contain all your system configuration files in it. Then why the etc name?
    http://www.linuxnix.com/linux-directory-structure-explainedetc-folder/
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  • 12 examples to decode man pages in LinuxUnix

    I feel man is one of the frequently used command along ls and cd commands in Linux. Have some more which you think we use frequently then post it in c
    http://www.linuxnix.com/understand-man-pages-in-linux/
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  • 11 online Puppet resources you should know

    Many people asks, what are the good places to learn puppet on-line. This post is for the people who are looking for good on-line resources free as wel
    http://www.linuxnix.com/11-online-puppet-resources-you-should-know/
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  • List installed packages in RedhatCentosFedore

    This is a small how to on listing installed software in Redhat/Centos/Fedora Linux OS. We already written a post on how to get installed package detai
    http://www.linuxnix.com/list-installed-packages-and-their-details-in-redhatcentosfedore/
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  • How to simulate yesNo in Linux scriptscommands

    In some situations when executing a command or a Linux shell script we may require some manual intervention. The yes command is simple built-in comman
    http://www.linuxnix.com/simulate-yesno-in-linux-scriptscommands/
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  • How to rotate logs manually in Linux

    In Linux every activity is monitored and logged in to their respective logs in /var/log folder.
    http://www.linuxnix.com/how-to-rotate-logs-manually-in-linux/
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  • 7 LinuxUnix gzip and gunzip command examples

    This is our second post on compression and archiving series. Today we will see how to use gzip and gunzip commands with examples. Gzip(GNU zip) is a c
    http://www.linuxnix.com/7-linuxunix-gzip-and-gunzip-command-examples/
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  • What is a sticky Bit and how to set it in Linux

    Today we will see how to set Sticky Bit in Linux. This is next to SGID in our ongoing File and Folder permissions series in Linux. We already discusse
    http://www.linuxnix.com/sticky-bit-set-linux/
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  • What is a mount point in LinuxUnix

    Mounting takes place before a computer can use any kind of storage device (such as a hard drive, CD-ROM, or network share). The user or their operatin
    http://www.linuxnix.com/what-is-a-mount-point-in-linuxunix/
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  • What is SGID and how to set SGID in Linux

    This is next to SUID in our ongoing Linux file and folder permissions series. We already discussed about CHMOD, UMASK, CHOWN, CHGRP, SUID, StickyBit a
    http://www.linuxnix.com/sgid-set-sgid-linuxunix/
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  • What is SUID and how to set SUID in LinuxUnix

    There are some other special permission apart from the normal file permissions read, write and execute which we set with chmod and chown commands.
    http://www.linuxnix.com/suid-set-suid-linuxunix/
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  • Understanding Linux w command with examples

    The w is an excellent command which will give you a quick overview of 1) Users logged in. 2) What they are doing. 3) CPU stats.
    http://www.linuxnix.com/4-linux-w-command-examples/
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  • Install and Configure Munin monitoring server in Linux

    Munin is an excellent system monitoring tool similar to RRD tool which will give you ample information about system performance in multiple fronts lik
    http://www.linuxnix.com/install-and-configure-munin-monitoring-server-in-linux/
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  • Find USB device details in LinuxUnix using lsusb comma

    Today we will see how to list USB devices in Linux and their properties such as speed, BUS, class, type details etc.
    http://www.linuxnix.com/find-usb-device-details-in-linuxunix-using-lsusb-command/
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  • What is dmesg command and how to use it in LinuxUnix

    dmesg (Display message or driver message) is a command which will show Kernel ring buffers. These messages contain valuable information about device d
    http://www.linuxnix.com/what-is-linuxunix-dmesg-command-and-how-to-use-it/
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  • 11 fc, bg and jobs commands you should know

    Some times we require to control jobs/commands on how they are running ie either foreground or background on the screen.
    http://www.linuxnix.com/11-fc-bg-jobs-commands-know/
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  • 8 Who command practical examples

    The who command is one of the first command we use when troubleshooting common Linux related issues
    http://www.linuxnix.com/8-who-command-examples-in-to-linuxsolarisaix/
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  • How to find the swap space in Linux

    You can use the swap command to find the current swap space in any Linux machine. If you dont know the swap space is used for virtual memory by the op
    http://java67.blogspot.com/2012/10/how-to-find-swap-space-and-usage-Solaris-UNIX-Linux.html
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