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Top 20 sed commands to use

Hello, friends. The sed command is an overused command by sysadmins around the world. It is basically used to replace text by text in...

The timer command in Linux

Hello, friends. Lately, part of the community has been dedicated to creating tools that are an improvement to commands that already exist in Linux....

How To Install And Use fd Command In Linux

Introduction Hi guys, there is an alternative command for find command – fd – which has some additional features, including friendlier colorized output, faster search speed, and...

The choose command in Linux

Hello, friends. In this post, you will learn how to use choose command in Linux. We have tested this tutorial on Debian 11, but...

How to install and use the Exa command on Ubuntu 20.04

Hello, friends. In this post, you will learn how to install the Exa command on Ubuntu 20.04. This command adds functionality to another command...

How to KILL a process on Linux

Introduction To get full use of your system you must watch what's going on and monitor the utilization of the system. Linux is not a perfect...

How to use TOP command

Introduction Administrators should know what processes are running and the consumption of each of them. That's why you need tools to help you to monitor your...

How To Use Rmmod Command On Linux With Examples

In this article, we’ll talk about how to use the rmmod command to remove modules from the Linux Kernel. rmmod command in Linux system is...

JQ Command in Linux with Examples

Introduction jq is a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor. jq is like sed for JSON data - you can use it to slice and filter...

How to Install Dig in Linux with Command Line Examples

What is Dig? Dig (Domain Information Groper) is a command-line utility that performs DNS lookup by querying name servers and displaying the result to you....

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