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Command Line Basics: Finding Files

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In today's post I'm going to show how to use the command line find program to search for files. There are certainly different GUI tools available in Linux, such as Beagle, to search for files. The advantage of many of these systems is that they index the files on your system so that the searching is rather fast.

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25 Best Linux commands

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As a Linux user you’ll come to learn and love certain commands. Remembering these commands is the toughest part. Some people use cheat-sheets some create scripts, and some just refer to website for their fix. Here I have posted the 25 top command line snippets.

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Command Line Little Helper: CLI Companion

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This nifty little tool couples the terminal with a database of frequently-used commands. So if you need to execute a specific command, you don't have to type it manually and remember all its parameters. Instead, select the command from the list and hit the Apply button.

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Troubleshooting Network problems in Ubuntu

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Internet connectivity is one of the important means of communication in todays life. So troubleshooting the problems in our own networks or reconfiguring it for the easiness is not to be praised as a "geekness". In my opinion you don't need to be a geek for setting an internet connection or recovering your machine from a network problem.

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Limitations of Windows PowerShell vs. Linux SSH/bash

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I've had the opportunity to work with PowerShell recently, on Windows 7. And I have to admit, I'm impressed with some things, but disappointed with others

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How to remove files with special characters in Linux

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To remove a file with dashes, slashes or other special characters, the easiest way is to access the file using its inode. To get the inode of a file, just do a ls -li. When you have that number, use find to delete the file using the following command.

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Linux Desktop: Command Line vs. User Interface

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In the Linux desktop world, the graphical user interface is here to stay. Old Unix hands may grumble, but the fact remains that, without all the efforts poured into GNOME, KDE, Xfce and others, Linux would not be as successful as it is today.

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CSQL - Command Line SQL Interpreter

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I decided to update this CSQL Interpreter Tutorial to make it clearer why it is a must-know tool for database administrators. Once a user has installed CUBRID database server on their machine, the first thing they need to do is to connect to the database server, and then create the necessary databases, table, and so forth.

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The 11 Most Useful Linux Commands in the World Ever

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Almost every Linux website seems to have a list of the "best command line commands". Sometimes they get them wrong. Here is a list of useful commands that I came up with by looking at my 'history' file.

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The command line swiss knife: a2ps

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One of these little unknown UNIX tools you should learn a little. a2ps can turn any file (almost!) into a nice PostScript file. With a bunch of flags and options, a little knowledge can come quite handy every day.

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Command Line Basics: View Text With less

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I've shown previously how to use the more command to view text output. Today I'll show how to do the same thing with the less command. You can run the command simply by opening a terminal window and entering...

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Four more console tools

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Usually I focus on console programs that include an interface of some sort. But I need to get past that sometimes.

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Command Line Basics: List Hard Drives By UUID

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Recent versions of Linux use a unique identifier for hard drives in order to make sure they get mounted to the same location all the time. If you've looked into your /etc/fstab file for auto mounting drives, then you're probably already familiar with the long character strings that are used for UUID's.

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There’s a Lot in the Dot: Filesystem Permissions and Pathnames (Part 2)

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Still deeper into the dot (.) with an dive into access permissions. Study up because there’s going to be a quiz.

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Top Ten One-Liners from CommandLineFu Explained

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In this article I’d like to explain the top one-liners from the commandlinefu.com. It’s a user-driven website where people get to choose the best and most useful shell one-liners.

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