UNIX/Linux

UNIX and Linux Commands Tutorials

Using PhotoRec To Recover Deleted Files

How to use PhotoRec to Recover Deleted Files in Linux/Ubuntu

Accidentally deleted files or photos? In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to recover deleted files in Linux using PhotoRec. In a previous tutorial, we discussed the steps to recover deleted files using a Linux utility….

Best Linux Data

Top 20 Best Linux Data Recovery Tools to Recover Deleted/Corrupted Files

Today we’ll be going over the best Linux data recovery tools to help you recover any data that you might have lost. If you recently deleted the files, the possibility of recovering those files increases….

BestLinuxdocks

Top 10 Best Linux Docks That You MUST Try in 2020

Who says Linux cannot be beautiful? Today we’ll be going over the top 10 best Linux docks that you must try. By the way, if you haven’t already done so, make sure you read our….

Using TestDisk To Recover Deleted Files In Ubuntu

How to Install TestDisk on Linux and Recover Deleted Files

Ever stuck in a situation where you accidentally deleted a file? In this tutorial, we’ll go over how to install TestDisk in Linux and recover deleted files. In this tutorial, I’ll be using an Ubuntu….

Arrays In Shell Scripts

Arrays in Shell Scripts

Knowing how to work with arrays in shell scripts will help you work with larger datasets in a much efficient manner. But what are arrays and how can you create arrays? Let’s find out! What….

Linux Vim Commands

Top 20 Linux Vim Commands that Boost Productivity

VIM or the Vi Improved text editor is one of the most advanced text editors available. Let’s learn the top 20 best Linux Vim commands that you must know to gain amazing levels of productivity…..

Extract Tar Gz File

Extract tar.gz file in Linux

We’ll look at how we can extract a tar.gz file in Linux. A tar.gz is an archive file that contains files of other types. It acts as an intermediate storage file across a network. It….

Change SSH Port In Linux

How To Change SSH Port in Linux – An Easy Guide

The default port on SSH is 22. But for security reasons, it’s a good idea to change SSH port in Linux. We’ll discuss why it’s necessary and how to make the change in a step….

Linux ⁄dev⁄null

/dev/null in Linux

/dev/null in Linux is a null device file. This will discard anything written to it, and will return EOF on reading. This is a command-line hack that acts as a vacuum, that sucks anything thrown….

Reduce PDF Size Linux

Reduce PDF File Size in Linux

In our Linux system, If we have a large PDF file, we may want to reduce it’s size. We shall look at different ways to reduce PDF size or compress PDF files in Linux in….

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