Tagged: bash


What Is POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface) and It’s Relation with Linux?

What is POSIX? We hear this term in Linux and Unix world but do not understand the meaning of POSIX. POSIX is the short form of Portable Operating System Interface . Lets start explaining everything about the POSIX. IEEE POSIX Standard POSIX is a standard developed for Unix operating systems. At...


setenv Command Tutorial To Add, Delete and Change Environment Variables In Linux

Linux and Unix ecosystem mainly used command line based. While working with command line and C Shell we generally need some values to use with commands. Shells provide environment variables for this. This environment variables can be managed with setenv command like add, change and remove. Syntax Syntax of setenv command is...


Shell Scripting Languages Examples, Bash, Sh, Python, Powershell, MSDOS, PHP, Tcl, Perl

A scripting language is a programming language supports writing simply to medium level applications in operating systems like Linux, Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Windows, MacOS, BSD, Unix. Scripting languages can be used to run complex tasks automatically or manually with very little effort. We can describe actions in a scripting language...


Linux Multipurpose Relay Socat Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux provides different philosophy and use cases from system point of view. socat is very interesting command which provides us the ability to redirect input and outputs from different type of system resources like network, file, command, socket etc. Install For Debian, Ubuntu, Mint and Kali socat can be install...

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