Installation Steps of VirtualBox 5.0 on Ubuntu 15.04 / 14.04

VirtualBox is a virtualization tool used at desktop level in Microsoft Windows and Linux.VirtualBox is developed and maintained by Oracle Inc. New version of Virtualbox ‘5.0’ is released and some of the features are listed below : VirtualBox 5.0 provides support for Para Virtualization features … Read more


10 YaST2 Command Examples in SUSE Linux

YaST2 is a Configuration tool in SUSE Linux which is used to configure the system’s Hardware like printers, Sound cards, keyboards , network cards.It also help us to configure Network clients & services like NIS, NFS. Most common use of yast2 is to install, upgrade … Read more


How to Install and use Lsyncd on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

Lsyncd stands for “Live Syncing Daemon“, as the name suggest lsyncd is used to sync or replicate files & directories locally and remotely after a specific time of interval. It uses rsync & ssh in the backend. Lsyncd works on Master and Slave architecture where … Read more


How to Install TeamViewer On Ubuntu 15.04

TeamViewer is a free software available for linux like Operating system which allows us to take the remote control of linux box via Internet. In case if we don’t have the static IP on your Linux machine then teamviewer become very useful for troubleshooting point … Read more


How to Extend Swap Space using Swap file in Linux

Swap space is a dedicated storage space in the disk either in the form of partition or a file. Swap space comes into the picture when Linux kernel wants to allocate more memory to processes by moving infrequently used processes or tasks into the swap … Read more

How to Pass Command Line Arguments to Bash Script

In this tutorial, we will learn how to pass command line arguments to a bash shell script in Linux. Command line arguments are the arguments specified at the command prompt with a command or script to be executed. The locations at the command prompt of … Read more


16 Quick Cat Command Examples in Linux

cat stands for Concatenate. cat command is one of the basic command in Linux & Unix. It is used to create new files, concatenate files and and also used to view the contents of files on the standard output. In this article, we will learn … Read more