The Linux shell is a text-based user interface that allows Linux users to execute commands in the Linux operating system. The Linux Shell can be accessed in different ways by logging into your Linux machine or opening up a terminal window on your desktop.
This blog file contains everything you need to know about Linux’s filesystem: how it works, what each directory does, and more.
A Linux user’s PATH is a list of directories that the Linux system searches for executable programs. The default Linux PATH includes many standard utilities, but it does not include all of them. If you are using Linux Ubuntu, this article will teach you how to add a permanent path to your PATH in Linux… Continue reading How To Add a Permanent Path to the PATH in Linux Ubuntu
This article will show you how to list and print environment variables in the Linux terminal. You can use this information to debug or figure out what is going on with your system when something isn’t working quite right.
A Linux .bashrc profile is a file that is used to configure the system’s Bash shell environment.
Linux files and folders have a “hidden” attribute that is tied in with how they are displayed in directories. When a file or folder name is marked as hidden, it will not be visible when the user navigates to the directory containing it.
This post will show you how to open a firewall port of a Linux CentOS server using the command line.
This blog post will show you how to create two Linux Ubuntu Server 19.04 virtual machine on Microsoft Azure Terraform.
This blog post will show you how to create an SSH config file and save an SSH connection. and a config file can simplify the process of connecting to hosts.
This post will show you how to set a static IP address on Ubuntu Server 20.04 using the netplan utility.