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Batch File Commands For Windows MSDOS

Windows provides different system management modes like interactive and batch. Batch management mode is used like running scripts without or little user interaction. Batch File and Extension Batch files are text files which contains MSDOS and Windows commands and tools. Batch files generally uses bat or cmd extensions.But other extensions can be used as long as they will run as batch file with cmd.exe .We can run a batch file...

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How To Start Applications From Command Line In Windows Different Ways?

Windows is very user friendly and GUI oriented operating system. Other operating systems like Unix, Linux, BSD came from non-GUI heritance and adopted the GUI experience in recent decade very good. In contrast Microsoft started to provide more productive command line support to use Windows operating systems features. One of the most used operation is starting applications. In this tutorial we will look how to start an GUI application from...

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Linux Scheduling Commands With at, atq, atrm and batch Examples

Scheduling commands in IT environments are important. There are tools like at , atq , atrm , batch . We will look all of them in this tutorial. Schedule Job At While scheduling jobs we will use at command. At command have very causal time specification. We will look varying time specification in the next example in detail. Now we simply schedule job.

We will run mkdir test command  at 20:58 . In order to accomplish...

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Wget Command Tutorial With Examples For Linux and Windows

Linux provides different tools to download files via different type of protocols like HTTP, FTP, HTTPS etc. wget is the most popular tool used to download files via command line interface. Wget is supported by Linux, BSD, Windows, MacOSX. Wget has rich feature set some of them can be listed Resume downloads Multiple file download single command Proxy support Unattended download Curl is alternative to wget. To read curl tutorial click...

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