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How to install OpenBSD 7.0

How to install OpenBSD

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 reset root password on Red Hat 7/8

Introduction Root user or as we commonly say super user (privileged user) is the most dangerous user in our environment because of its powerful capabilities...

HOW TO USE TAIL COMMAND

Introduction Tail : is built in command on unix systems or unix-like operating systems Like : 386BSD.Arch Linux.AIX.Android.BSD NET/2.Debian.DragonFly BSD.GNU Hurd. Usage : used to display the...

How to use head command

Introduction Head : is built in command on unix systems or unix-like operating systems Like : 386BSD.Arch Linux.AIX.Android.BSD NET/2.Debian.DragonFly BSD.GNU Hurd. Usage : used to display...

How to install OmniOS ce

How to install OmniOS ce on virtualbox

How to Mount and Unmount File Systems in Linux

Introduction On Linux and UNIX operating systems, you can use the mount command to attach (mount) file systems and removable devices such as USB flash drives at...

How to upgrade FreeBSD 12 to 13

On 13th April 2021, FreeBSD 13 had been released. If your system is still 12, and you want to get the benefit of...

Partitioning using parted & fdisk commands

Introduction Creating disk partitions enables you to split your hard drive into multiple sections that act independently. In Linux, users must structure storage devices (USB and...

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