Monthly Archive: February 2017

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Compare Files With Comm Command In Linux

Linux have a lot of tools to compare files. These tools provides a lot of powerful features to meet user needs. But sometimes just simple comparison is enough for some users. comm is a tool...

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Expect Scripting Tutorial With Examples

Expect is a scripting language used to automate interactive shells. For example if we want to automate Cisco devices over a shell by using some expect scripting. Expect scripting generally works on specified strings....

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Netcat (nc) Command Tutorial With Examples

Netcat is a simple but useful tool used for TCP, UDP, Unix-domain sockets. Netcat can listen or connect specified sockets easily. Netcat is a platform independent command supported by Linux, Unix, Windows, BSD, MacOS...

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Linux iostat Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux iostat is part of the sysstat utilities. iostat command is mainly used to track input output related events and issues. iostat command can provide metrics, information and statistics about input and output. Install...

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Linux stat Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux stat command used to display files and file system information like permission, size etc. In this tutorial we will look various usage examples. Show File Information All information about a file can be...

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How To Install and Setup VNC Server On Linux

Virtual Network Computing or simply popular name VNC is a protocol mostly used by Linux servers to create remote desktop connection. VNC is also used for different operating systems like MacOS, Windows, Unix, BSD...

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Linux fsck Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux have a lot of utilities to manage, diagnose, check and correct different type of file  systems. these utilities provide a lot of features especially Linux native filesystems like ext2,ext3,ext4 etc. One of the...

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Linux uniq Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux have a lot of tools to make daily work of system administrators easy. uniq is one of them. Uniq is a small tool with limited capabilities. Syntax Syntax is same as other most of...

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