Category: Commands
How to Use Linux Screen
Commands

How to Use Linux Screen

Tell us if this sounds familiar – you lose connection in the middle of a complicated task you are performing on a remote server. That means you have wasted hours of work, and you don’t want that to happen. When it comes to helpful Linux…

How to Add User to Group
Commands

How to Add a User to a Group on Linux

The Linux system supports joining users together in a group to make account management easier. Let’s take a look at how you can create, list, and erase groups and add and remove users from them. What You Need for This Tutorial Apart from a Linux-based…

How to use Linux Time Command
Commands

How to Use the Linux Time Command

The time command might not be the most frequently used one in a Linux terminal, but that doesn’t diminish its usefulness. If you want to know the time required for the command to run, as well as some other details, this is the right command…

Linux Chown Command
Commands

How to Use Linux Chown Command Properly

It is not easy to be a Linux newbie who tries to find their way around this amazing operating system. Fortunately, you can find many tutorials that make utilizing terminal and typing commands a piece of cake. The chown is one of those commands that…

How To Change Linux User Password
Commands

How to Change User Password on Linux

Using the command line is the quickest and easiest way to make magic happen in the world of Linux. The “passwd” utility is what gives us the opportunity to change and manage passwords for all users of your system. In this guide, we will explain…

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