Category: Linux

How to use Rsync command in Linux

Rsync is a command-line utility for synchronizing files and folders between locations. Some workflows that can be implemented with rsync include updating a production host on a developer or calling rsync via cron to save the...

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How to use Screen command in Linux

Screen is a full-screen software application that can be used to multiplex a physical console between multiple processes (typically interactive shells). It allows the user to open multiple terminal instances within a single...

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Basic Commands in Linux

In this article we are going to discuss about basic command in Linux. 1. mkdir :- To make a directory in linux operating system. 2. cat:- To create and view a file. 2. pwd command:- pwd command for find out the path of the...

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What is fsck Command and use of fsck?

fsck is a command-line tool to perform compatibility tests on one or more Linux file systems, as well as interactive fixes on a single or a single file system. Its using the programs specific to the type of the file system it...

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How to Install Zpanel in Centos 7

ZPanel is open source Hosting panel for manage files,database,email,etc with a single GUI panel. You have required sudo user login details or root user details before start this ZPanel installation process. Installation 1....

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How to Install Nginx on CentOS 7

NGINX is an open source web server which is used as reverse proxy, caching, load balancing, media sharing and more open source applications. It began as a web server designed to deliver maximum performance and stability. NGINX...

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Install Apache in Ubuntu-14

The Apache HTTP server is the world’s widest-used web server. It allow many powerful features including dynamically loadable modules, robust media support and extensive integration with other popular software packages. Install...

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What is Linux?

Linux is a Kernal Kernal:- Kernal is the outer layer of hardware and core of operating system which get information input from the software by user and pass through it to hardware and get information output from hardware and...

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How to Use the Date Command in Linux

The command Date shows the current date and time. It may also be used for displaying or calculating a date in a format that you specify. The super-user (root) will use this to set the clock for the device. When we use date...

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