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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 very simple we just need to provide the variable name and data

List All Environment Variables We can use...


Linux Lynx Text and Terminal Based Browser

Linux is interesting operations system. It provides a lot of command based or terminal based applications. Lynx is one of them. Lynx is a terminal based web browser. This means we can browse the web or surf in the web in a server environment without a desktop manager. In this tutorial we will look how to install lynx and the features and commands provided lynx. Install Lynx Lynx is an...


Different Ways To Use Python Print Function

Python is very expressive language which provides a lot of different output types and extensions. Printf is one of the most used function to print output. In this tutorial we will look different usage types of printf Print String Value This is the simplest usage form of the printf function. We will create a variable named a which holds string “Hi Poftut” . We will print this string by providing in to print function.



How To Install and Use Cygwin With Terminal and Ssh Examples

Cygwin is free software to provide Linux and Unix environment, tools and libraries in Windows operating systems. Cygwin is also called an emulator because it translates Linux system calls into Windows type systems calls. Cygwin generally used to run Linux tools like ssh,scp,bash, X11,gcc in Windows environment. Cygwin support following operating systems Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows 10 Windos Server 2003 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server...


How To Split, Create and Close Tmux Screen In Linux?

Tmux is great tool which saves system administrators from a lot of unnecessary work load. Tmux is creates multiple screens, split current screen and may be the best part even ssh is closed it resumes to work and after reconnect we can resume from where we were. Open Tmux We will start tmux terminal emulator simple providing it to bash. Split Tmux Screen Horizontally We will split tmux screen horizontally...

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