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Linux/Unix comes with a huge number of commands and thus it become quite difficult sometimes to remember each and every command. apropos command becomes useful… Read More
import command in Linux system is used for capturing a screenshot for any of the active pages we have and it gives the output as… Read More
The fc-cache command in Linux scans the font directories and build font cache for applications which use fontconfig for their font handling. When no arguments… Read More
accton is one of important Linux/Unix command which is used by the administrator to monitor user activities. It is used to turn on or turn… Read More
restore command in Linux system is used for restoring files from a backup created using dump. The restore command performs the exact inverse function of… Read More
“hdparm“(i.e, hard disk parameter) is one of the command line programs for Linux which is used to handle disk devices and hard disks. With the… Read More
iwconfig command in Linux is like ifconfig command, in the sense it works with kernel-resident network interface but it is dedicated to wireless networking interfaces… Read More
batch command is used to read commands from standard input or a specified file and execute them when system load levels permit i.e. when the… Read More
Unlike ifup command the user can use ifdown command to bring network interface down, not allowing the user to transmit and receive data. Technically it… Read More
rsync or remote synchronization is a software utility for Unix-Like systems that efficiently sync files and directories between two hosts or machines. One of them… Read More
chrt command in Linux is known for manipulating the real-time attributes of a process. It sets or retrieves the real-time scheduling attributes of an existing… Read More
cc command is stands for C Compiler, usually an alias command to gcc or clang. As the name suggests, executing the cc command will usually… Read More
fc-list command is a part of the fontconfig system. It is used to list the available fonts and font styles. Using the format option, the… Read More
install command is used to copy files and set attributes. It is used to copy files to a destination of the user’s choice, If the… Read More
autoreconf is a Autotool which is used to create automatically buildable source code for Unix-like systems. Autotool is a common name for autoconf, automake, etc.… Read More