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Mastering File Searches on Linux

There are many ways to search for files on Linux systems and the commands can be very easy or very specific — narrowing down your search criteria to find what just you're looking for and nothing else. In today's post, we're going to examine some of the most useful commands and options for your file...
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The very useful csplit command divides single files into multiple files. Carla Schroder explains.

Splitting and Re-Assembling Files in Linux

Linux has several utilities for splitting up files. So why would you want to split your files? One use case is to split a large file into smaller sizes so that it fits on smaller media, like USB sticks. This is also a good trick to transfer files via USB sticks when you're stuck with FAT32, which...
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Beginner's Guide to the Linux Desktop

There is much talk in the Linux world about the mythical “average user.” There is no such thing with Linux. First off, people who use Linux usually are those who know a thing or two about computers to begin with and want to take advantage of all the choices Linux offers. Linux has been considered...
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