Category: Linux

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10 Commands to Collect System and Hardware Info in Linux

It is always a good practice to know the hardware components of your Linux system is running on, this helps you to deal with compatibility issues when it comes to installing packages, drivers on your system using yum, dnf, or apt. 10 Commands to Check Hardware and System Information in Linux Therefore in these tips

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16 Top Command Examples in Linux [Monitor Linux Processes]

In our previous articles, we have covered the basics of ls command and cat command. In this article, we are trying to explore the top command which is one of the most frequently used commands in our daily system administrative jobs. The top command (table of processes) displays the processor activity of your Linux box

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3 Ways to Find Out Which Process Listening on a Particular Port

A port is a logical entity that represents an endpoint of communication and is associated with a given process or service in an operating system. In previous articles, we explained how to find out the list of all open ports in Linux and how to check if remote ports are reachable using the Netcat command.

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15 Basic ‘ls’ Command Examples in Linux

ls command is one of the most frequently used commands in Linux. I believe the ls command is the first command you may use when you get into the command prompt of Linux Box. We use the ls command daily basis and frequently even though we may not aware and never use all the available

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15 Practical Examples of ‘echo’ command in Linux

The echo command is one of the most commonly and widely used built-in commands for Linux bash and C shells, that typically used in a scripting language and batch files to display a line of text/string on standard output or a file. echo command examples The syntax for the echo command is: echo [option(s)] [string(s)]

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Nethogs – Monitor Linux Network Traffic Usage Per Process

There are tons of open-source network monitoring tools available for the Linux operating systems on the web. Say, you can use the iftop command to monitor bandwidth usage, netstat command, or ss command to see reports on interface statistics, or top command to watch running process on your system. But if you are really looking

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20 Netstat Commands for Linux Network Management

netstat (network statistics) is a command-line tool for monitoring network connections both incoming and outgoing as well as viewing routing tables, interface statistics, etc. [ You might also like: 22 Linux Networking Commands for Sysadmin ] netstat is available on all Unix-like Operating Systems and also available on Windows OS as well. It is very

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20 Linux YUM (Yellowdog Updater, Modified) Commands for Package Management

In this article, we will learn how to install, update, remove, find packages, manage packages and repositories on Linux systems using YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified) tool developed by RedHat. The example commands shown in this article are practically tested on our RHEL 8 server, you can use these materials for study purposes, RHEL certifications, or

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8 Linux Nslookup Commands to Troubleshoot DNS (Domain Name Server)

nslookup is a command-line administrative tool for testing and troubleshooting DNS servers (Domain Name Server). It is used to query specific DNS resource records (RR) as well. Most operating systems come with a built-in nslookup feature. This article demonstrates the widely used nslookup command in detail. Nslookup can be run in two modes: Interactive and

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10 Linux Dig (Domain Information Groper) Commands to Query DNS

In our previous article, we have explained nslookup command examples and usage, which is a networking command-line tool used for querying and getting information of DNS (Domain Name System). Here, in this article, we come up with another command line tool called dig, which is much similar to the Linux nslookup tool. We will see