Tagged: unix

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Linux ss Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux processes communicates with socket between each other. There are tools to list, resolve, provide information about sockets. Ss is one of them. Netstat command can list and resolve the sockets too but it...

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Linux Sysstat Utilities For Monitoring System Performance

Linux have a lot of different system metrics and performance monitoring tools. Sysstats provide a bunch of tools for monitoring purposes. This project is maintained by Sebastien Godard. These tool collects and reports system...

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Killing Linux Processes With killall Command

We have previously looked the command kill to kill process accordin to their names, owners etc. But using only kill command to kill a proccess according to its owner is done with supportive commands like...

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What is DHCP and How It Works?

DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. As its name suggests DHCP is used to provide configuration like Ip Address, Network Mask, Dns, Proxy, Bootp, Default Gateway etc. to the host. But the most...

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Ultimate Pfsense Feature Show and Tutorial

Checkpoint, Palo Alto, Cisco ACS and others, all of them are enterprise, popular and good firewalls. But all of them requires some price to pay. Are there any free alternative to these enterprise firewalls?...

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Linux Sftp Command With Examples

File Transfer Protocol is very popular protocol for transferring files between hosts. FTP is fast and practical protocol not not secure. In old times security was no problem but in to days world security...

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Linux Kill Process Tutorial With Examples

Operating systems are bed for applications. These applications are executed as processes. Process start, waits and ends. Through their life time their complete given jobs. In this guide we will look how to kill...

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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...

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