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Tag Archives: Linux-system-commands

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
grpck command in Linux System verifies the integrity of the groups information. It checks that all entries in /etc/group and /etc/gshadow have the proper format… Read More
dosfsck stands for DOS File System Consistency Check. It is a component of dosfstools package in the Unix-like operating systems. In order to use dosfsck… Read More
The lsusb command in Linux is used to display the information about USB buses and the devices connected to them. The properties displayed are speed,… Read More
The pmap command in Linux is used to display the memory map of a process. A memory map indicates how memory is spread out. Syntax:… Read More
Prerequisite: Run Levels in Linux chkconfig command is used to list all available services and view or update their run level settings. In simple words… Read More
infocommand reads documentation in the info format. It will give detailed information for a command when compared with the man page. The pages are made… Read More
w command in Linux is used to show who is logged on and what they are doing. This command shows the information about the users… Read More
The last command in Linux is used to display the list of all the users logged in and out since the file /var/log/wtmp was created.… Read More
userdel command in Linux system is used to delete a user account and related files. This command basically modifies the system account files, deleting all… Read More
users command in Linux system is used to show the user names of users currently logged in to the current host. It will display who… 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
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
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