Tag Archives: Linux-system-commands

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
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
Have you ever confronted the circumstance where you executed a program or an application, and abruptly while you are utilizing the application, it gets halted… Read More
When a program is executed, it toggles multiple times into user mode and kernel mode. In user mode, a process has limited access to resources,… Read More
In Linux/UNIX, Groff stands for GNU troff. Groff is basically used to create man pages. But its functionality is not limited to creating man pages,… Read More
GPM (“General Purpose Mouse”) software provides support for mouse devices in Linux virtual consoles. This package provides a daemon that captures mouse events when the… Read More
edquota command in Linux is used to edit user/group quotas. We can specify one or more users/groups on the command line. If instead of a… Read More
amidi command in Linux is used to receive and send SysEx i.e System Exclusive data from or to external MIDI devices. Other MIDI commands can… Read More
Incron is an “inotify cron” system. It works very much like the regular cron, however, cron jobs are triggered by a moment in time (every… Read More
pv is a terminal-based (command-line based) tool in Linux that allows us for the monitoring of data being sent through pipe. The full form of… Read More
There is a great degree of flex in how the packets are delivered and overall bit rate and packet payload size can be controlled. iperf… Read More
init is parent of all Linux processes with PID or process ID of 1. It is the first process to start when a computer boots… Read More
at command is a command-line utility that is used to schedule a command to be executed at a particular time in the future. Jobs created… Read More
In Linux, accept command is used to request the printer to start accepting print requests in the print queue for a named destination that could… Read More
alsactl is used to control advanced settings for the ALSA(The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) soundcard drivers. It supports multiple soundcards. It helps to get control… Read More