tmux is a terminal multiplexer written in C. It enables a number of terminals to be created, accessed, and controlled from a single screen. It is similar to GNU Screen tool. A user can easily manage multiple tasks and command line programs on a Linux system, without having to open many Terminal windows. tmux may […]
find command is used for locate files in a directory hierarchy on Linux/Unix systems. You can search for files according to name, owner, group, type, permissions, date and other criteria. The search is recursive in that it will search all sub directories too. If you are a beginner, the following examples will make you clear about the find command. […]
The Command-line is more powerful because you can do lots with them. Yyou can tell your computer exactly what you want and get the appropriate answer, while GUI application can only tell your computer what the GUI programmer has defined. Recently, CLI is mostly used by Linux/Unix administrators since most popular Linux distributions come with […]
Recently, CLI is mostly used by Linux/Unix administrators since most popular linux distros come with a complete set of GUI applications that make the user use less and less the command line. In our previous post, we saw 11 useful commands for Linux/Unix administrators, in this post we will see a list of useful commands useful […]
Command line is more powerful because you can do lot with them, you can tell your computer exactly what you want and get the appropriate answer, while GUI application can only tell your computer what the GUI programmer has defined. Recently, CLI is mostly used by Linux/Unix administrators since most popular linux distros come with a […]
Have you ever been using a terminal in Linux and mistakenly closed the terminal or found yourself disconnected from SSH right when you were working on something important? You reopen the terminal and suddenly all your work has been lost or the script you were running stopped working half way through.
“Under Linux there are graphical user interfaces (GUIs), where you can point and click and drag, and hopefully get work done without first reading lots of documentation. The traditional Unix environment is a CLI (command line interface), where you type commands to tell the computer what to do. That is faster and more powerful, but […]