Category: Kali


Linux ls Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux operating system provides a lot of different functionalities with different tools and commands. ls is the most used command in linux. ls is the arm and leg of Linux system administrator. ls provides a lot of different functionalities with different options. Man ls Man page of ls command can be retrieved like below.



How Prompt for Input in Bash

Bash is a shell for Linux and Unix operating systems. But bash also provides some basic programming environment acting like a Programming language. System administrators generally develops simple scripts and apps with bash and reads some input from shell interactively. In this tutorial we will look ho to read input...


How To Set Permission For Folders and Subfolders in Linux

During daily Linux administration we generally work generally with file and directory permissions. In this tutorial we will look different examples about how to change and revert Linux file and directory permissions. There is different ways to set folder and sub folder permission in Linux but here we will describe...


How to Use ‘fuser’ to Match User and Process

fuser is used to identify processes using files or sockets. There are alternatives for this tool but this tool is simple according to others. In this tutorial we will look usage of the fuser command. View Processes Using A Directory The processes using specified directory can be see with -v argument...


How to Setup Kubernetes 1.4 on Ubuntu

Kubernetes is production grade container orchestration tool which automates container deployment, scaling and management. It is a google product that is used at google internally. Kubernetes newer outgrows because it is flexible. Kubernetes is opensource so there is no restriction, fees etc. Some of companies that use kubernetes is Pearson,...


Installing XFCE Desktop on Ubuntu

Linux is famous with its desktop environments and offers a lot of different type and style desktop alternatives. From KDE to openbox it can be used for different needs. Xfce is one of my favorite desktop environment. Its features, performance and hardware needs are optimum for a lot of use...

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