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.
Here's how to find out what Linux kernel version and distribution your system is running.
This article will discuss everything you want to know about the Linux traceroute command and how to use it in your daily practice.
In this tutorial, we will show you practical examples of using the sftp command to transfer files securely.
Bored seeing the same wallpapers every day? This article will show you how to set new wallpapers using Styli.sh on Linux automatically.
Are you new to Linux? Here's the list of basic Linux commands containing all the common commands you'll need to know to get started.
This article will learn how to extract/untar tar.gz files in Linux systems through the command line using the tar command.
Learn how to generate an SSH key pair on your computer, which you can then use to authenticate your connection to a remote server.
This article will show you how to add a user to a group in a Linux system. We will also learn to view user account's groups and group ID.