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mapfile also called (read array) is a command of the Bash shell used to read arrays. It reads lines from the standard input into an… Read More
Gzip is a command-line tool that by default comes with any Linux Operating System. Gzip is commonly used to compress and decompress files. It reduces… Read More
When we run a command on a terminal on Linux it generates some output of that command. Sometimes we need the output result of the… Read More
If your Linux system is taking so much time to boot, and you want to know which process is taking so much time to boot… Read More
rm command in UNIX stands for remove and by default is used for removing files. It is simple but a powerful command especially when used… Read More
Pipe Viewer (pv) is the CLI tool that allows users to track the progress of the process and display them on the terminal by giving… Read More
As a new Linux user, you may always face confusion regarding the difference between su command and su – command. But before knowing about the… Read More
Prerequisite: How do Web Servers work? Apache is one of the most widely used free, open-source Web Server applications in the world, mostly used in… Read More
SUID(Set-user Identification) and SGID(Set-group identification) are two special permissions that can be set on executable files, and These permissions allow the file being executed to… Read More
In this article, we will see how to install locate command to find files in Linux. locate is a command-line interface tool used for finding… Read More
ip address command is a part of IP command in Linux. IP command is used to deal with IP address, ARP cache entry, tunnel over… Read More
groffer command in Linux displays groff files and man pages on an X window system, tty, and several other document viewers.  groff files – files… Read More
Linux offers a wide range of commands for text formatting and editing. While editing a text file, you might want to display the lines with… Read More
The shuf command in Linux writes a random permutation of the input lines to standard output. It pseudo randomizes an input in the same way… Read More
Every command in Linux starts a process at the time of its execution, which automatically gets terminated upon exiting the terminal. Suppose, you are executing… Read More