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2012-01-08 06:06
Checking Free Space: In order to check the free and usage space per file system and directory and each sub directory we have two command df du the ‘df’ command reports o… Read More
2012-01-08 06:01
Symbolic links: A symbolic link point to another file. We can display the link name and the referenced file by ‘ls –l’ #ls –l pf lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root… Read More
2012-01-08 06:00
Redirecting Input /Output The standard Output of command , which normally display on the terminal can be redirected into a file. Similarly standard error, which normally display on th… Read More
2012-01-08 05:44
User and Group Administrator There are three type of user account in Red hat Linux Super user or Administrative account Regular user account service account Su… Read More
2012-01-03 14:57
Vi, vim Editor Vi is the standard file editor for Unix and Vim is the standard file editor for Linux For Red hat Linux vi and Vim both are same There are three mode of vi editor comm… Read More
2012-01-03 14:52
Linux file system: Figure Root : it is an home directory of super user (root) administrator Etc : it is the location of all configuration file and dir… Read More
2012-01-03 14:50
File and Directory: ‘ll’ is used to display the information about the files and directory including date, time, users,group, size, name and permission. Four symbols are use… Read More
2012-01-03 14:47
Getting Help: The command that are used to get the help are discussed as : Whatis Display a short description of command , it uses a database that is updated nightly. Often not avail… Read More
2012-01-03 14:46
Moving and Renaming File and Directory Syntax: # mv : move /rename files and directory Example: # mv [option] file destination example: # mv t.txt /home/rohan/ more than one f… Read More

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