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10 Lesser Known Commands for Linux – Part 3

Overwhelmed with the response of last two articles of “Lesser Known Linux Article” series namely. 11 Lesser Known Useful Linux Commands – Part I 10 Lesser Known Linux Commands – Part 2 We have come up with the third article of this series which includes a few other lesser known Linux...

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How to Install and Configure OpenSSH Server In Linux

Being a network administrator requires a deep knowledge about remote login protocols such as rlogin, telnet and ssh. The one I will discuss in this article is ssh, a secure remote protocol which is used to work remotely on other machines or transfer data between computers using SCP (Secure Copy)...

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10 Lesser Known Linux Commands – Part 2

Continuing the last conversation from 11 Lesser Known Useful Linux Commands – Part I here in this article we will be focusing on other lesser known Linux commands, that will prove to be very much useful in managing Desktop and Server. 

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Using DSH (Distributed Shell) to Run Linux Commands Across Multiple Machines

Systems Administrators know all too well the importance of being able to monitor and administer numerous machines in a short time, and preferably, with as little running around as possible. Whether it is a small cloud environment, or an enormous server cluster, the ability to centrally manage... [[ This is...

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Advanced Copy Command – Shows Progress Bar While Copying Large Files/Folders in Linux

Advanced-Copy is a powerful command line program which is very much similar, but little modified version of original cp command. This modified version of cp command adds a progress bar along with total time taken to complete, while copying large files from one location to another. This additional... [[ This...

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