UNIX and Linux Commands Tutorials

Linux List All Groups

How to List All Groups in Linux?

Linux groups are a collection of users. They are meant to easily provide privileges to a group of users. In this tutorial, we will look at various ways to list all groups in Linux. 2….

The Wget Command

How to Use the wget command in Linux?

In this tutorial, let’s learn how to download a file using the wget command in Linux. For any Linux user, downloading files is a frequent task. While you can download things using your browser, it….

Linux Create Group

How to Create a Group in Linux – groupadd Command

In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a Group in Linux using groupadd command. What is a Linux Group? A Linux group is used to manage the privileges of a user. We can….

Linux Add User To Sudoers List

Linux – Add User to Sudoers List

Most of the system commands can be run as a root user or a user with sudo privileges. It’s not a good idea to always login as a root user. The secure way is to….

Linux Hardware Information Lshw Command

Linux lshw Command – Get Linux Hardware Info

Linux lshw command lists all the hardware configuration of the system. Some of the common information we can extract from the lshw command are: RAM Memory information CPU configurations Motherboard information Harddisk information Network devices….

Ubuntu Start Stop Restart Services

Ubuntu – Start, Stop, Restart Services

When an application runs in the background, it’s called a service. These are essential to run the system or our software applications. Some of the common services you will find on most of the servers….

Change Reset Mysql Mariadb Root Password

How to Change/Reset MySQL or MariaDB root Password

Recently, I changed my website MySQL root user password. Then I thought what will happen if I forget the MySQL root password? Is there an easy way to reset the MySQL or MariaDB root password?….

Swap Memory In Linux

How Does Swap Memory in Linux Work?

To understand what Swap memory in Linux is, we will have a look at the concept of RAM and how the Linux system reacts when RAM reaches its maximum capacity. With the topic of memory,….

Kill Command

What is The kill Command in Linux?

Need to kill a running process? The kill command in Linux is built for just that. No operating system is perfect. Hence it is common for your Linux system to have to deal with the….

Load Average In Linux

What is Load Average in Linux?

Load Average in Linux is a metric that is used by Linux users to keep track of system resources. It also helps you monitor how the system resources are engaged. While Load Average is one….

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