Monthly Archive: December 2017


How To Add and Delete User on Ubuntu From Shell

Linux users can be added with different ways. but one of the most used way is adding them throughout the shell because Linux admins loves shell usage. In this tutorial we will look how to add user into a Ubuntu, Kali, Mint, Debian box and provide or change required parameters....


Python Timestamp Examples with Time Module

Timestamp is used to hold the seconds from epoch. Epost is a generic term used to represent data January 1st, 1970 in UTC. So this means epoch and timestamp do not have any time zone or by default UTC time zone. In this tutorial we will look different examples about...


How To Find File By Name In Linux?

Linux provides different tools to find file for different attributes. We can find files according to their size, name, modification time location etc. But one of the most used metric is finding file according to its name. In this tutorial we will look different tools to find files by name...


How to Deal With Dashed File Names Like Open, Remove?

Dash (-) have important role in Linux and other operating systems. It is used by commands to specify options and arguments. This popular use case may create problems if we have files those provides dash. Linux commands generally need explicit operations to cope with file names those starts with dash....


What Does “sudo apt-get update” do?

We have examined the apt-get  and its sub commands in a detailed manner previously. apt-get  is used to manage installed packages in a Linux distribution like Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali etc. Here we will look simply sudo apt-get update  and related commands to update a deb based Linux distribution. For...


TTL Expired In Transit Error and Solution

TTL is the short code for Time To Live. TTL is located in IP packets where it is used to hold the count of intermediate hops. TTL is value is set by source host. Windows operating system set it to 64 where Linux operating systems set to 128. Every router...

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