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The DNS or the domain name system has many functions, primarily to convert IP addresses to the domain name and vice versa. Whenever we type… Read More
Nmap is Linux command-line tool for network exploration and security auditing. This tool is generally used by hackers and cybersecurity enthusiasts and even by network… Read More
Compression means to keep files together in an archive and to reduce the size of files. Gzip a.k.a. Gunzip is a command in Linux which… Read More
journalctl command in Linux is used to view systemd, kernal and journal logs. The logs are presented in the following way: -- Logs begin at… Read More
Linux allows multiple users with their own custom setting and configuration to work together on the same system, even at the same time. It can… Read More
Linux is one of the most widely used open-source operating systems which supports both GUI as well as CLI. It has been widely used all… Read More
When we compile source code, an object file is generated of the program and with the help of linker, this object files gets converted to… Read More
Lsblk is used to display details about block devices and these block devices(Except ram disk) are basically those files that represent devices connected to the… Read More
Finger command is a user information lookup command which gives details of all the users logged in. This tool is generally used by system administrators.… Read More
Pinky command is a user information lookup command which gives details of all the users logged in. This tool is generally used by system administrators.… Read More
The name itself suggests, mailq i.e. “mail-queue”, this command in Linux prints the mail queue i.e the list of messages that are there in the… Read More
Netcat is one of the powerful networking tool, security tool or network monitoring tool. It acts like cat command over a network. It is even… Read More
Strace is one of the most powerful process monitoring, diagnostic, instructional tool of Linux. It also acts as a debugging tool that helps in troubleshooting… Read More
Shift is a builtin command in bash which after getting executed, shifts/move the command line arguments to one position left. The first argument is lost… Read More
We can send the text to the terminal to play that as an audio clip. These are basically command-line audio player and works using Linux… Read More