How to Convert Text Files between Unix and DOS (Windows) Formats

As a Linux administrator, you may have noticed some requests from developers to convert files from DOS format to Unix format, and vice versa. This is because these files were …

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How to Mount and Unmount File System/Partition in Linux

Generally, a file system must be mounted on a Linux system to access the contents. When adding a new hard disk to your system, you may need to use the …

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How to Change HostName in Linux

You generally set the hostname when installing the operating system. By default the system takes the server’s default name as the hostname. This will be localhost.localdomain. any name as the …

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How to Identify File Types in Linux

As we all know that everything is a file in Linux, which includes Hard Disk, Graphics Card, etc. When you are navigating to the Linux file system most of the …

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How to Force Users to Change Password on Their Next Login on Linux

When creating a user account with the default password, you will need to force the user’s to change their password on the next login. You should enable this if the …

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Easy Ways to Find Linux System/Server Uptime

Do you want to know, how long your Linux system has been running without downtime? when the system is up and what date. There are multiple commands is available in …

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How to Create/Extend Swap Partition on Linux Using LVM

We use LVM for flexible volume management on Linux, so why not use LVM for swap space? This allows users to increase the swap partition whenever they want. Generally you …

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What is sosreport and How to Create sosreport in RHEL/CentOS/OL?

What is sosreport The sosreport command is a tool that collects configuration information, system information, and diagnostic information from the system running on the RHEL, CentOS, and Oracle Linux in …

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