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Linux
Open-source and versatile operating system, providing stability, security, and customization, favored by developers and enterprises for various applications and server environments.
Created on Dec 13, 2022
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Finding All Files Containing Specific Text on Linux

To search for files containing a specific text or string on a Linux system, you can use various commands and options provided by the shell. Using grep...

Recursively Grep All Directories and Subdirectories

To search for a specific pattern in all directories and their subdirectories in Linux, you can use the grep command with the -r option. Using the grep...
Recursively Grep All Directories and Subdirectories

Changing the Output Color of Echo

In Linux, you can add some color to the output of the echo command to make it more visually appealing. By using special escape sequences, you can cust...
Changing the Output Color of Echo

Deleting an Exported Environment Variable

In Linux, you can easily delete an exported environment variable using a few simple commands. Viewing Exported Environment Variables Before deleting a...

Changing Permissions for a Folder and Its Subfolders/Files

To change permissions for a folder and all its subfolders and files in Linux, you can use the chmod command along with the find command. Using find an...

Removing a Symlink to a Directory

In Linux, you can remove a symbolic link (symlink) to a directory using a simple command. Using the rm Command The rm command is used to remove files...
Removing a Symlink to a Directory

Killing a Process Running on a Particular Port

In Linux, you can kill a process that is using a specific port by identifying the process ID (PID) associated with that port. Using lsof Command The l...