Why Linux is Better Than Windows?
Linux is a Unix-like computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open-source software development and distribution.
Users can run Linux on a wide variety of computer hardware, including personal computers, servers, mainframes and supercomputers. The system is compatible with most operating systems and applications that run on Windows, OS X or Unix. And we can’t forget about this: Linux is free to use and modify. Continue reading “Why Linux is the Better Choice for the Digital Age” →
netstat is one of the most commonly used command to print the network information, However the output of netstat may be difficult to understand with lots of rows and columns of data. With examples in this article you will be able to to use right option to get the right information along with complete understanding of the netstat command output.
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Virtual Machines and Containers offer virtualization technology for creating scalable solutions. Virtualization allows to quickly build and deploy a large number of hosts or containers in a very short time and saves time and money as compared to installing and deploying physical servers. find out the top differences between VMs and containers.
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Coding skills are essential to every developer to aid in the flawless web building process, online, and software development. To write engaging articles, writers leverage on free tools and follow due procedures. In the same way, coding goes beyond the mere writing of codes, and it requires some more effort, commitment, and lots of hard work. Before now, developers had to go through the arduous process of looking up every detail while coding. But not anymore, all thanks to text editing for Linux. Developers can code freely better without stressing about perfection.
Text editors for Linux desktop offer functionality that makes the work of coding easier and better. Among the variety of option in the market, we are going to consider the best options that will help them to build fascinating apps. Continue reading “8 Best Text Editors for Linux desktop” →
Bash is a Unix/Linux command interpreter (shell). Bash is the Bourne Again SHell created as part of GNU Project. Bash is an Bourne shell compatible shell that incorporates useful features from the Korn shell (ksh) and C shell (csh). It offers functional improvements over Bourne shell for both programming and interactive use. In addition, most Bourne shell scripts can be run by Bash without modification. Bash is intended to conform to the IEEE POSIX P1003.2/ISO 9945.2 Shell and Tools standard.
Bash was originally written by Brian Fox of the Free Software Foundation. The current developer and maintainer is Chet Ramey of Case Western Reserve University.
The improvements offered by Bash include:
- Command line editing
- Unlimited size command history
- Job Control
- Shell Functions and Aliases
- Indexed arrays of unlimited size
- Integer arithmetic in any base from two to sixty-four
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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.
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Fedora 24 is releasing on June 2 and here are some prominent features of fedora 24 that you should know.
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. Continue reading “fedora 24 : Top Features You Should Know” →
Bash in Windows : Learn about top 10 must know facts for use and setting the expectation right. Continue reading “Bash in Windows 10 : Ten Facts You Must 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. Continue reading “Linux RPMs – All you need to know” →
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. Continue reading “Crontab – Quick Reference” →