10 Useful nc (ncat) Command Examples for Linux Systems

In this blog post, we will explain 10 useful nc (ncat) command examples for Linux systems. Whether you’re a seasoned system administrator or just getting started with networking, these examples will help you harness the power of nc command to streamline your tasks and troubleshoot … Read more


11 Useful Split Command in Linux With Examples

In this blog post, we will cover 11 useful split command in Linux with examples, helping you to become a proficient user. The Linux terminal is a powerful tool that offers a wide range of commands for manipulating files and data. One such command that … Read more

20 Practical Sed Command Examples for Linux Users

As a Linux user, understanding the power of command-line tools is essential for efficient system management and text manipulation. Among the various tools available, Sed (Stream Editor) stands out as a versatile utility that allows to transform, modify, and manipulate text  files effortlessly. In this … Read more


16 IP Command Examples in Linux

In this blog post, we will cover 16 IP command examples in Linux. Linux, with its open-source nature, provides users with a vast array of tools to empower their networking endeavors. Among these tools, the IP command stands out as a versatile and powerful utility … Read more


Linux curl command examples – Part 2

Curl, as we know, is very useful command line utility & is used to download/upload data from/onto server. We have already discussed “Curl with some examples in part 1” of the tutorial. In this 2nd part of the tutorial, we will discuss further uses of … Read more


12 Funny Commands of Linux that can make you laugh

Do you ever know that Linux is not just for serious work for admins and professionals, but you can play word games, speak to your Linux terminal or create beautiful ASCII pictures etc.? Yes, Linux is really fun, if you know the correct commands. Let’s … Read more


Linux curl command examples – Part 1

curl is a command line tool used to transfer data  to/from a server. The tool supports various protocols such as : DICT, FILE, FTP, FTPS, GOPHER, HTTP,  HTTPS,  IMAP,  IMAPS,  LDAP,  LDAPS,  POP3, POP3S,  RTMP, RTSP, SCP, SFTP, SMB, SMBS, SMTP, SMTPS, TELNET and TFTP. … Read more


10 ‘rm’ Command Examples for Linux Beginners

rm stands for ‘remove‘, as the name suggests rm command is used to delete or remove files and directory in Linux and UNIX like operating systems. If you are new to Linux then you should be very careful while running rm command because once you … Read more


Manage Local Accounts with Useradd and Usermod Command

User administration is one of the important task of Linux system administrator. Local accounts or users in Linux like operating system is managed by useradd, usermod, userdel, chage and passwd commands. useradd command is used to create new accounts in Linux usermod command used to … Read more