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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 …

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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 …

How to lock & unlock multiple users 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 use journalctl to analyze logs in Linux

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Typically, the default setting of Ubuntu is to obtain an IP address automatically via DHCP server, which is good for desktop system, because it does not require any changes. However, …

13 Best PDF editors for Linux

PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It is widely used for exchanging electronic documents. Documents, forms, and web pages encoded in PDF can be correctly displayed on any device, including …

6 best tools to monitor disk IO performance in Linux

Disk IO issues (input/output) are one of the most common causes of poor performance on Linux system. This occurs when applications try to quickly read or write too much data …

How to lock & unlock multiple users in Linux

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