Category Archives: Linux

netstat – 10 Most common usage with examples

netstat is a command line utility in Unix, Linux and Unix like systems to show information about

  • network connections,
  • routing tables,
  • interface statistics,
  • mas-querade connections
  • multicast memberships

By default, netstat displays a list of open sockets of all configured address families , tcp , udp etc.
netstat provide very extensive network details and here are the top netstat usage with different options to get you the just the information you need.

awk Commands, Examples & Meaning

Learn to use awk for text and data extraction, data processing, validation,  generate reports for analysis, automation with with the help of examples of if else , compare & arrays plus regular expressions & built in operational variables, meaning, examples &command syntax.

fedora 24 : Top Features You Should Know

Fedora 24  is releasing on June 2 and here are some prominent features of fedora 24  that you should know.

Workstation Features

GNOME 3.20 –  it incorporates many usability improvements like easier input device and printer settings, better search interface, shortcuts for keyboard commands and more convenient music controls.

Bash in Windows 10 : Ten Facts You Must Know

Bash in Windows 10

Bash in Windows : Learn about top 10 must know facts for use and setting the expectation right. 

Linux RPMs – All you need to know

This document contains an overview of the principal RPM commands for installing, uninstalling, upgrading, querying, listing, and checking RPM packages on your Red Hat Linux system.
This document uses apache rpm httpd-2.0.49-4.i386.rpm , as an example.

Crontab – Quick Reference

Setting up cron jobs in Unix, Solaris & Linux

cron is a unix, solaris, Linux utility that allows tasks to be automatically run in the background at regular intervals by the cron daemon.