Linux Package Management | Debian, Fedora, and Arch Linux
You might also like…
The Echo Command | Linux Essential Commands
As the name suggests, the echo command echoes the text or string that you want it to display. You can also use the echo command to display the files or directories, write to a file, or use it with other commands. In this video, we'll cover some common use cases for the echo command.
Shell Scripts | Linux for Programmers #10
In this continuation of our Linux for programmers series, we're going to be covering shell scripts within Linux. Shell scripts are a way to execute shell commands within a script. You can implement loops, if statements, conditions, statements that execute, and expressions that evaluate.
How to Use the rsync Command | Linux Essentials TutorialRsync is a command line utility which synchronizes files and folders from one location to another. In this tutorial, we'll cover the basics of rsync including examples and common uses.
The most powerful Linux Command
In this Linux for programmers tutorial, we'll cover the grep command and regular expressions. The grep command is an extremely useful and common command within Linux, and exists in almost all Linux distributions.