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A More Powerful Ping that can Ping Multiple Hosts

The fping command is the oldest networking program still in use today. Roland Schemers published it in 1992 with the goal of sending high-performance Read More

Write a Message on the Terminal of a Specified Logged in User.

In this article, you will learn how you can send message or text file content to another user with or without piping using the write command in Linux.

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How to Check Log of All Logged-In Users in Linux

Have you ever been curious to know who is connected to the remote machine or server you have been working on? I mean, who doesn’t want to do that?

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Controversy of ‘init’ and ‘systemd’ in Linux

The ‘init’ vs ‘systemd’ is a serious debate topic that divides the Linux user into two groups. While reading this article, many Linux users might be offended or supportive, so do not rant over me. The comment section is all for your constructive opinion.

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What is Login Shell in Linux?

How To Disable Directory Listing From the Command Line in Linux

In this article, you will learn how to disable the directory content listing from the command line in Linux.

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Beginners Guide for Vipw and Vigr Commands in Linux

In this article, you will learn how to modify user and group configuration files safely using your favorite text editor.

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How to Change History File Location in Linux

In this article, you will learn how to use another file instead of the traditional “~/.bash_history” file to store your command history.
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How to Backup and Restore Linux Command History

In this article, you will learn how to view, backup, and restore the Linux command history on a Linux system, so stick with it till the end to learn everything.
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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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