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Linux Tmux Tutorial With Command Examples

Tmux is terminal multiplexer popular in Linux world. Tmux provides multiple windows in a single session. Tmux also have the ability to detach and run after disconnect and attach after connection. This is very useful for system administrators. Man Man page of tmux provides a lot of detailed features. To get more information man page of tmux can be used like below.

Start Tmux Tmux is a terminal emulator...

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Best Tools To Monitor Linux

As a system administrator monitoring systems is very important job. Actually we can state that half of system administrating is monitoring and anticipating systems and their events. In this tutorial we will look Linux monitoring tools and their features. As I know there is a lot of tools to monitor and debug Linux system,network,disk,process and applications so I have categorized them like below General Process Network Disk Application General Nagios...

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How To Use Linux Nohup Command To Execute Commands After Exit Shell or Terminal?

nohup is a command used to ignore HUP signal. HUP signal is used to kill a shell command if the parent shell exits. Think that we logged in with ssh and run a command. But the command execution takes a lot of time. We need to log out. In normal sense if we log out our command execution will end. In this case we will provide nohup command to prevent...

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Compare TCP vs UDP Protocols , Differences and Similarities

Networks are used to transmit data over the world. There is a lot of network protocols in use. But most known and used protocols are IP,TCP,UDP. IP lives different flat but TCP and UDP tries to live same flat. So they operate same network layer but what is different between UDP and TCP. Why should I use TCP or not use? Same questions can be asked for UDP too. In...

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How To List and Mount ISO Files In Linux

ISO image is an archive file generally used for optical disks. ISO image uses file system ISO 9660 and have extension .iso or .image . ISO images can be written into CD, DVD, Blu-ray . ISO file are very popular way to distribute files, Linux distributions, media files etc. List ISO Image Content We may want to list content of ISO image and check if the content we are looking...

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Linux Diff Command Tutorial with Examples To Compare Two Text File

Comparing files line by line can be done with tool named diff. There are a lot of different options provided by diff. We will look most popular and useful features in this tutorial. Syntax diff have simple syntax. There are options which we will look later and files to be compared.

Compare Two Files In this example we will compare two files line by line

If there is...

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Linux vs Unix

Linux and Unix are two popular operating systems. Reality is Unix is predecessor of Linux and their share a lot of things those are similar. But there are different things between them too. In this post we will look similarities and differences in both operating systems. Price and Cost Linux: Linux consist of different flavors names distributions. Most of the distributions are free. Some of the distributions are paid or...

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What Is Unix?

Unix operating system is the root of multi tasking operating systems. We can call Unix as first modern operating system that provides advanced operating system features like kernel,development tool, user and admin commands, multi tasking etc. Unix operating system is developed 1970’s in Bell Labs research center by Ken Thompson, Dennis Richie and others. Unix is developed for Bell Systems internal usage but it is wide spread along universities and...

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How To Check, Show and Print Linux Version with Commands?

Linux is the kernel and there are a lot of distributions those use kernel. Distributions provides different experience and flavors to the users. Some times getting distribution and version information from a Linux box became very important. We will look how to get Linux kernel and distribution from Linux system. Kernel Information Kernel information can be get with uname command which is by default exists all Linux, Unix,BSD operating systems....

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Python Command Line Arguments with sys.argv

Python scripts can be run different ways. Python interpreter can be used to file python scripts but it is not so practical. Also scripts are not saved. After interpreter is closed or written code will be lost. Most popular usage to write and run python scripts is creating python script file and running it. Passing parameters or options to the script is very useful. There is two popular way to...

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