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How to Compile and Run C Program on a Linux Terminal

This post was last updated on April 17th, 2021 at 11:08 pmLinux is the best platform to learn C programming because it is an open source platform and you will

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How to display memory information in Linux?

The system memory or RAM is an essential part of a computer system. It is used to store the working data and machine code. It is much faster and expensive

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How to display CPU information in Linux?

The Central Processing Unit or CPU is one of the most important parts of a computer system. It performs all the arithmetic and logical operations. Knowing about your CPU which

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How to create a file in the Linux terminal?

A file on a computer stores data, information, settings, etc. On a Linux system, you can create a file in so many ways for instance if you are using GUI

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Using mkdir command to make a directory in Linux

There are different ways to create a directory (folder) in your Linux system. If you are using a desktop environment then you can use the file manager to create or

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How To Set Date, Time And Timezone In Ubuntu 20.04 LTS?

Ubuntu is among the most popular Linux distributions, which is developed by Canonical. It is easy to use, easy to install, and includes mostly free and opensource softwares. Most of

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How To Install And Work With Nano Text Editor In Linux?

This post was last updated on August 1st, 2020 at 10:12 amNano is a simple and user-friendly text editor mostly used on Unix like operating systems. It emulates the Pico

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How To Mount And Unmount File Systems From The Linux Terminal?

This post was last updated on August 1st, 2020 at 12:13 pmIn Linux or Unix, mount command is used to mount(attach) a filesystem or storage device to a specific directory

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How To Change User’s Password Through Terminal In Linux/Unix?

This post was last updated on August 1st, 2020 at 12:14 pmLinux or Unix is the multi-user operating system that means more than one user can use system resources simultaneously.

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How To Manage KVM Virtual Machines From The Host Terminal?

This post was last updated on August 1st, 2020 at 12:24 pmVirtualization means creating virtual instances of resources such as storage devices, network resources, etc. Kernel-based virtual machine or KVM