Use GNU tools to compress and archive files.
Create hard and symbolic links with ln on Linux Systems.
Use wget to download files on the command line
autojump is a cd command that learns - jump to your most frequently visited directories.
Use the Find command from the Linux command line to locate files in a file system
Practical examples for using split to divide large files into multiple smaller files.
Practical examples for using grep to find strings in text files and streams.
This guide shows you how to install NeoVim, a plugin manager, and plugins that help it replace the vim text editor.
How to navigate Emacs using Evil Mode.
This guide shows how to install and use Midnight Commander, a text user-interface file manager.
This tutorial will teach you how to install the Nano text editor and use it to create and edit files in Linux.
This tutorial will teach you how to generate and manipulate dates using the Linux date command including examples and help with formatting.
This how-to guide shows you how to configure the Vim text editor and begin to customize it.
This guide provides an introduction to rsync, the incremental file transfer utility.
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
Use the sort and uniq Linux utilities to manage and order
Practical examples for using sed to transform text files and streams.
Use the chmod command to modify file permissions on your Linode.
Use Cron to run programs at specified times on your Linux server.
Use unison to synchronize files between two machines.
Learn how to use Linux commands killall and kill to manage and kill processes on Linux distributions in this simple tutorial.
Accomplishing system administration tasks from a command prompt.
tail is a Linux utility used to view the end of text files. This guide demonstrates the syntax and basic usage of tail, as well as showing how to use follow mode to view additions to files in real time.
Use the Linux command head to view the beginning of a text file