UNIX/Linux

UNIX and Linux Commands Tutorials

SSH command usage in Linux/Unix systems

Any security-minded Linux user will always use SSH protocol when connecting to servers. This is because SSH is a secure protocol that encrypts data or information sent over the network. SSH replaced older and insecure….

Linux mv command usage with examples

In this guide, you will learn how to use the Linux/Unix mv command. Linux mv command has 2 distinct functionalities depending on how it’s used. It can be used to rename a file or a….

How to use Linux FTP commands

FTP (File Transfer Protocol), is a protocol commonly used for the transfer of files between a client and a server. In this guide, you will learn how to use Linux FTP commands with practical examples…..

Linux tar command to compress and extract files

In this guide, we look at the Linux Tar command, Tar, short for Tape Archive, is a commonly used command that is used for created compressed files, known as tarball files which are easily portable….

How to Set Up Nginx with HTTP/2 Support on Ubuntu 18.04

Nginx is a robust, fast, reliable and dynamic open-source web server popular for serving high traffic sites. In addition, it is well renowned for its ease of configuration, high scalability, and support for a myriad….

Set Up Django with Postgres, Nginx, and Gunicorn on Ubuntu 18.04

Django is a versatile, powerful, efficient and ever-evolving python-based web application framework that you can use to get your web application up and running. It’s a popular web framework and usually comes with a development….

Export Command in Linux

In this guide, we will look at the export command in Linux. Export is a built-in command of the Bash shell. It is used to mark variables and functions to be passed to child processes…..

Zip and Unzip commands in Linux/Unix

In this guide, we will focus on zip and unzip commands in Linux. zip command is a utility commonly used to compress files, while unzip command is used for uncompressing or unzipping files. Let’s have….

Linux alias command

As a Linux user, you will tend to use the same commands time and time again. This will often tend to negatively impact your productivity. To save yourself from this inconvenience , alias command comes….

Nohup Command in Linux

When exiting the shell of a Linux System, all running processes are usually terminated or hang up. So what do you do If you still want to keep the processes running even exiting the shell/terminal?….

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