Beginners Guide for mv Command in Linux

In UNIX/Linux systems, the mv command shipped with the operating system is usually used for the following purposes:

1. Moving files from source to destination directory.
2. Rename the file or directory name.

If you’re familiar with the cp command, you can use the same techniques to use the mv command.
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Linux Laptops from LinuxCertified

LinuxCertified is a leading provider of Linux laptops and other computer hardware. These laptops are pre-installed with a variety of Linux distributions, including popular options like Ubuntu and Fedora, and are designed to be fully compatible with a range of hardware, including printers, scanners, and other peripherals.

5 Linux Distros for Steam Gaming

The first time you get to know Linux and decide to learn Linux, there is a term that is foreign to your ears, namely “Linux Distro.”

When you want to use Linux, you have to choose the type of Linux, for example, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Kali Linux, CentOS, and so on. This type of Linux is called a “Linux distro”.

There are hundreds of Linux distros published on the internet, all of which are different and made for their own purposes.

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Best Linux Distros for KDE Plasma

KDE has been available as a FOSS for 26 years, it is still one of the most powerful and flexible desktop environments that are designed specifically for Linux systems. Initially, KDE meant “Kool Desktop Environment” but it was later changed to “K Desktop Environment”. KDE is 100% free to use and anyone can contribute to their open-source code.

The touch Command Does Much More Than Just Create an Empty File

The touch Command Does Much More Than Just Create an Empty File
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How to Enable SSH Service in Rescue Mode on CentOS/RockyLinux/AlmaLinux

This guide will not be helpful at the moment, but make sure to bookmark this article to enable ssh service in rescue mode to take a backup of your system, configuration, and generate an SOS report, etc.

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How to Install the Latest Mainline Kernel Version on Ubuntu 22.04

Want to install the latest mainline kernel update on your Ubuntu machine, which is still maintained by Linus Torvalds?
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How to Find and Delete Files Older than X Days in Linux

Oh boy... there is another use of the find command which helps us to delete files according to access or modification time to remove unused files like a pro!

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How to Find User Account with Empty Password on Linux

In Linux computing, system security is the highest priority. Standard users or system administrators always take certain precautions to ensure the safety of the system and its users.

We have already discussed many topics related to system security (get the link at the bottom of this article). However, today we will focus on ensuring the safety of the user accounts.

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Find Whether your USB Devices are Connected to Your Linux System using CLI & GUI Tools

Nowadays, we can find many types of USB drives on the market, such as one can easily buy a USB drive the size of a credit card, which you can easily carry in your wallet, or a very micro-sized Pendrive that we have lost many times.

Sometimes we connect the thumb drive to our system and because of the missing led light, we are not able to understand whether the device is plugged in, or the USB port is working properly, or the system hasn’t detected the drive like that, there may be a number of questions starting to run through your mind.


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