Shell Scripts

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How to lock & unlock multiple users in Linux

‘usermod’ & ‘passwd’ commands are used to lock or unlock one user account at a time, but you may need to write some small shell scripts to perform this action …

Linux Commands

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How to configure firewalld rules in Linux

The firewall is essential for controlling the flow of network traffic in and out of the Linux server. It enables users to control incoming network traffic on host machines by …

How to use journalctl to analyze logs in Linux

Package Managers

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What is the difference between apt and apt-get command?

Most of us are often confused with the difference between apt and apt-get command. This confusion prevails among all the users, including beginners and experienced. These command line tools are …

Difference Between YUM and RPM

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How to manage systemd units with systemctl

In this article, we’ll show you how to manage the systemd units using systemctl command. What’s systemd? systemd is a system and service manager for modern Linux operating systems, which …

How to monitor Socket connections using ss command

ss (socket statistics) is a command line tool that monitors socket connections and displays the socket statistics of the Linux system. It can display stats for PACKET sockets, TCP sockets, …

How to install Multimedia Codecs in Linux

By default, the Linux system cannot play most video files that are in encrypted formats (proprietary media formats) if you do not have the required Media Codecs installed on your …

How to configure firewalld rules in Linux

The firewall is essential for controlling the flow of network traffic in and out of the Linux server. It enables users to control incoming network traffic on host machines by …

How to use journalctl to analyze logs in Linux

systemd is the default system manager in most of the major Linux distributions, which comes with a new logging daemon called ‘journald’. For many years, system and kernel logs in …