Use the less command to display file and command output one page at a time.
This guide shows how to use journalctl to view, search, and filter your system's logs.
Alias is a built-in Unix command that helps create shortcuts to frequently used commands. This guide shows how to create and remove aliases.
Learn how to delete files from the Linux command line with rm.
This guide explains how to set up Drupal with Docker Compose.
This guide explains how to set up WordPress with Docker Compose.
The systemd daemon allows you to control Linux system services. This guide shows how to configure a custom systemd service and enable it to start at boot.
fsck is the Linux file system consistency check utility. This Quick Answer shows some of the often-used commands to use fsck to check a system for corrupt files and bad disk sectors, then attempt to repair any errors it finds.
fsck is the Linux file system consistency check utility. This guide shows how to use fsck to check a system for corrupt files and bad disk sectors, then attempt to repair any errors it finds.
Learn how to find a running process and terminate it from the command line in Linux and Mac OS.
Tar, is a GNU utility that provides the ability to create tar archives, extract and compress files.
This guide will walk you through the basics of Fish
This Quick Answer guide shows you how to install SELinux on Ubuntu after you uninstall AppArmor
Security-Enhanced Linux works to filter system access. This Quick Answer will show you how to change the level of policy enforcement SELinux, from full enforcing mode to totally disabled.
This Quick Answer guide explains how to use Git to create a repository, stage a commit, and then push that commit.
This Quick Answer guide will explain how to use wget.
This quick answer guide will show you how to log in to CoreOS Container Linux.
Use GNU nano to edit text and system files from the command line.
Easy to remember Linux command line time savers.
Use our guide to filter system output with the grep command.