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Vim Editor Commands Cheat-sheet

vim or vi is very powerful text editor used in Linux systems. As they provide a lot of features and used from command line they have a lot of commands and shortcuts. In this page we will list these commands as a cheat-sheet. We will look most used command and shortcuts in...

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How To Delete and Remove File and Directory with Python?

Python provides different methods and functions in order to remove files and directories. As python provides a  lot of functionalities we can remove files and directories according our needs. For example we can remove files those sizes are bigger than 1 MB. Remove File with remove We can use os.remove()...

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How To Delete Empty, Nonempty Directory In Linux

Linux file system consist of directories. A system administrator generally work with directories and related operations. In this tutorial we will look how to delete empty or nonempty linux directories. Delete or Remove Empty Directory We can remove or delete empty directories with rmdir command. In this example we will remove...

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How To Remove Docker Images

Docker uses images in order to start new container. New containers will use existing images and adds new layers for the customized parts. In this tutorial we will look how to manage docker images. List Docker Images Before removing Docker Images we generally need to list these images. We will...

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Git – File Operations

Normal file operations like deleting, moving, changing file name can be done in git. Removing File A tracked file can be removed liked below.

rm removes file After remove operation and commit the file will be not tracked and exist for the future commits but exist in the history. If...

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Linux rm Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux is a file based operating system and actually everything is a file. Sometimes we need to clear our server from some of files. How can we achieve that? There are alternative ways to delete files but the most popular command is rm . Remove File rm command definition is remove files...

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