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Linux offers a couple of easy ways to record commands you type so that you can review or rerun them.
The echo command is simple, except when it isn't. Here's a look at the basic command along with some of the more challenging things it can do.
Since 2004, October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Here's a review of what that means, plus a list of open-source and free cybersecurity tools to consider.
The fortune command might be more versatile than you realize.
The curl and the wget commands make it easy to download content from web sites.
Linux provides a lot of handy commands for manipulating text files. This post explains how to use a collection of them.
The Linux comm command makes it easy to compare a couple text files and determine if they both contain the same lines -- whether the file contents are sorted or not.
There are quite a few ways to increment and decrement numeric variables in bash. This post examines the many ways you can do this.
The world of enterprise Linux developers has been roiled of late by a dispute between Red Hat and several companies that sell support for similar distributions.
With a handful of commands and a trick or two, you can move around the Linux file system with ease and never get lost.