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Tag Archives: Linux-system-commands

APM is the abbreviation for Atom Package Manager. It is used to install and manage Atom Packages. This command uses NPM (Node Package Manager) internally… Read More
aconnect command is used to connect two ports on the ALSA sequencer system.  ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) is a framework which is part of… Read More
ncal is a command-line tool to view a calendar on the terminal in Linux. It is similar to the cal command in Linux. The major… Read More
A Linux System Administrator manages the operations such as maintaining proper software, observing them, and even taking care of backup and hardware systems. It is… Read More
iotop or Input/Output top is a command in Linux which is used to display and monitor the disk IO usage details and even gets a… Read More
useradd is a command in Linux that is used to add user accounts to your system. It is just a symbolic link to adduser command… Read More
usermod command or modify user is a command in Linux that is used to change the properties of a user in Linux through the command… Read More
Pstree command in Linux that shows the running processes as a tree which is a more convenient way to display the processes hierarchy and makes… Read More
nice command in Linux helps in execution of a program/process with modified scheduling priority. It launches a process with a user-defined scheduling priority. In this,… Read More
dstat is a tool that is used to retrieve information or statistics form components of the system such as network connections, IO devices, or CPU,… Read More
mpstat is a command that is used to report processor related statistics. It accurately displays the statistics of the CPU usage of the system. It… Read More
When you delete a file from Linux or from any os, then the file is not deleted permanently from the hard disk. When a file… Read More
pidof command is used to find out the process IDs of a specific running program. It is basically an identification number that is automatically assigned… 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
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