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on 08th December 2014 / by sandeep.sasikumar
If you are using GNU/Linux, you are likely to be familiar with the command line, usually Bash, which of course means that you would be working with tar archives (tape archives). The need to extract a single file from a tar archive/file is a common situation faced by bash users. Read on to know how to do it. Linux Tips Bash GNU/Linux Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 01st June 2013 / by deepa.n
Backup! Backup! Backup! Always back up your Drupal site's code and database before you actually start making any changes to your site. Do you have access to the control panel? Cool! Go ahead and create a zip file of your entire site, export your db, download it to your local machine and you are done. Read on to know how to backup your Drupal site. Ubuntu Drupal Linux Tips Linux Terminal Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 24th July 2012 / by sandeep.sasikumar
Most linux users are aware of the basic Linux terminal commands such as cd, ls, rm, rmdir, mkdir etc. Now let us take a look at some other commands which will help you make the best of the linux shell/terminal. System Administration Linux Tips GNU Linux Linux Shell Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 09th July 2012 / by Anoop John
The find command available in GNU/Linux shells is a versatile tool for finding files matching the given conditions in a folder and performing a specific action on the files found. The following command will find all files greater than 1M size in your current folder and ask you if you would like to delete the file find . -size +1M -exec rm -i {} \; Linux Tips GNU Linux Linux Shell Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 21st February 2010 / by webmaster
When you you wish to run multiple services bound to different IPs possibly under different subnet System Administration Free Software Linux Tips GNU Linux CentOS Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * basil kurian (not verified) access_time 14 Oct 2019 - 13:58 #this command will do not permanent ifconfig eth0:1 192.168.56.70 Add new comment