Here’s how to make sudo remember your password for longer so that you don’t have to keep typing it repeatedly.
Do you need to know how to shut down your Linux system using the command line or schedule a shutdown at a specific time? Here's the answer!
The plocate command finds all files on the system matching the given pattern, providing much faster searches on a smaller index.
This article shows you how to use the apt command in any Debian or Ubuntu-based distributions to manage packages easily.
Although the system sets the hostname during the installation process, you can change it at any moment in Linux.
Got a deb file download from the web? Here's how to install it with ease.
We will explore the five best terminal-based monitoring tools that you can use on your Linux systems to keep you fully aware of their status.
Here's how to keep iptables firewall rules persistent between reboots so you don’t lose them after the system is rebooted.
This guide will show you how to use “find” and “locate” commands to find files and directories on your Linux file systems.
This guide will teach you how to quickly and easily delete files and directories in Linux using the command line.