Introduction to Linux Terminal

introduction to linux terminal

Before you know what is a Linux terminal and what you can do with it you should know the differences between GUI and CUI. There are two ways i.e. GUI and CUI in which a user can interact with the kernel of an operating system. The GUI or graphical user interface provides a graphical environment … Read more

For loop in bash

Loop is a fundamental concept of any programming language and it is a very useful thing while doing some repetitive task. You can use it to execute a line or block of code repeatedly until a particular situation reached. Basically, there are three types of loops used in bash scripting i.e. while loop, until loop, … Read more

Loops in bash shell scripting

A loop in bash is used to execute a line or block of code repeatedly until a particular situation reached. Loop is a fundamental concept of programming and a very useful thing while doing some repetitive task. For example, You can print numbers from 1 to 10 by using a print statement 10 times printing … Read more

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 includes information such as processor architecture, the number of cores, speed of each core, and its usages can be very helpful in administering the resources … Read more

How to create 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 delete a directory. Another way is to use mkdir commands provided by your operating system. By using mkdir you can create single or multiple directories … Read more

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

Nano is a simple and user-friendly text editor mostly used on Unix like operating systems. It emulates the Pico text editor and provides additional features and functionalities. Unlike vim, it does not operate in different modes. In nano, the user directly interacts with the text. This article describes how to install and use the nano … Read more