Generate and manipulate dates with the date command.
Use the Linux command head to view the beginning of a text file
Create hard and symbolic links with ln on Linux Systems.
Use unison to synchronize files between two machines.
Using cron to run programs at specified times on your Linux server.
Restricting remote users to their home directories, only allowing access to SFTP for transferring files.
Load testing your web server with regression testing and benchmarking utility Siege
Practical examples for using sed to transform text files and streams.
This guide provides an introduction to rsync, the incremental file transfer utility.
Use find to recursively filter file systems for files
Use wget to download files on the command line
Use the Linux command tail to view and follow the end of text files.
Use GNU tools to compress and archive files.
Use the utilities killall and kill to manage processes on Linux systems.