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How To Check Status Of Active Processes Using PS Command In Linux/Unix?

In a Unix-like operating system, a process is a program in execution. Linux or Unix is a multitasking operating system that means more than one program can be running at

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Understanding Ports Skeleton In FreeBSD

In FreeBSD, there are two ways to install software packages: pkg and ports collection. The pkg is used to install from prebuilt binaries while the ports are compiled and install

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Different Types Of Processes In Linux Or Unix?

In a Unix-like operating system, a process is a program in execution. Kernel identifies a process with a unique id called process id or PID. Whenever a command is issued

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How To Install Or Remove Packages Using pkg In FreeBSD?

FreeBSD provides various tools as a part of its base system. In FreeBSD, there are two ways to install software packages from official repositories or third-party sources i.e. pkg and

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How To Install Or Remove Packages Using Ports Collection In FreeBSD?

FreeBSD provides various tools as a part of its base system. In FreeBSD, there are two ways to install software packages from official repositories or third-party sources i.e. pkg and

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How To Remove A User From A Group In FreeBSD?

I already discussed how to add a user to a group in FreeBSD. This article is about removing a user from a group. Before we get into the discussion to

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How To Add A User To A Group In FreeBSD?

In FreeBSD, a group is a list of users. It makes it easier to define the permissions such as read, write, and execute for a system resource that is to

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How To Add Or Remove A User In FreeBSD?

FreeBSD is a free and open-source Unix-like operating system descended from the Berkeley Software Distribution. It is used to power modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms. FreeBSD is a multi-user

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

This post was last updated on July 1st, 2020 at 10:24 amIn 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?

Linux or Unix is the multi-user operating system that means more than one user can use system resources simultaneously. In order to use the system resources, users are required to