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10 Screen Command Examples to Manage Linux Terminals

Screen is a full-screen software program that can be used to multiplexes a physical console between several processes (typically interactive shells). It offers a user to open several separate terminal instances inside a one single terminal window manager. The screen application is very useful, if... 

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What is a Good File Manager for Linux?

One of must-have utilities on Linux desktop is file manager (or file browser). A typical file manager can not only handle common file management operations, but also offer advanced functionality that differentiates itself with others. If you are not happy with a default file manager that comes with the Linux...

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10 SCP Commands to Transfer Files/Folders in Linux

Linux administrators should be familiar with CLI environment. Since GUI mode in Linux servers is not a commonly installed. SSH may be the most popular protocol to enable Linux administrators to manage the servers via remote in secure way. Built-in with SSH command there is SCP command. SCP is...

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15 Practical Examples of “dpkg commands” for Debian Based Distros

Debian GNU/Linux, the mother Operating System of a number of Linux distributions including Knoppix, Kali, Ubuntu, Mint, etc. uses various package Manager like dpkg, apt, aptitude, synaptic, tasksel, deselect, dpkg-deb and dpkg-split. We will be describing each of these briefly before focusing on... [[ This is a content summary only.

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What Is a Good HEX Editor on Linux?

A hex editor is different from a regular text editor in that the former displays the raw binary content of a given file, without applying any text encoding or typesetting. A hex editor can be useful in various cases, e.g., repairing disk image and partition, reverse-engineering binary code, patching emulator...

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