cpio-command

cpio command – copies, lists & extracts files to and from archives

Linux/UNIX cpio (copy in/out) command copies, lists, and extracts files to and from a single file or archives. Some of the options available with cpio command are listed in the below table . The cpio command requires that one of the o, i, or p options must be specified. Option

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10 Sed (Stream Editor) Command Examples

Overview : Sed is a stream editor in UNIX like operating system which is used for filtering and transforming text. Sed is derived originally from the basic line editor ‘ed’, an editor you will find on every unix system but one that is rarely used because of its difficult user

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SCP (Secure Copy) Command Tutorial with Practical Examples

Overview : This tutorial will help the system administrators to know how to securely copy files to remote linux servers from local linux machine & vice versa in UNIX like operating system.  SCP stands for Secure Copy ,it copies files between hosts over a  network.  It uses ssh for data

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shutter

Shutter – Screenshot Tool in Ubuntu Linux

Shutter is a screenshot tool in ubuntu linux. With the help of shutter we can take the screenshot of a particular area, window and full screen . We can apply different effects on screenshot image and can upload image file to image hosting site directly. Features of Shutter : It

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How to Install WordPress in Ubuntu 14.10

WordPress is a free open source blogging software and Content Management System(CMS) based on PHP and MySQL database. Managing wordpress blog or web site is very easy because of plugins (i.e for every requirement lots of WordPress Plugins are available) In this post we will discuss how to install latest

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How to run a command on Remote server without login to server shell prompt ?

By using SSH command, You can run a command on remote server without login to server shell. SSH Command Format: # ssh remoteuser@remotehost remotecommand Suppose I want to run ls command on remote server pk.testmail.com parveen@Earth:~$ ssh root@pk.testmail.com ls The authenticity of host ‘ pk.testmail.com (x.x.x.x)’ can’t be established. RSA

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Top 100 Linux Interview Questions

Q:1 What is the boot sequence of a linux server ? Q:2 What is Hard disk driver or Hard disk module, are they different or same. Explain. Q:3 How you will get the WWN number of HBA card installed in Linux Q:4 How to check RHEL Version ? Q:5 What

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