Tue 23 July, 2019

Getting help for Linux shell built-ins

2019-07-25T20:45:03+03:00Tue 23 July, 2019|Tags: |

Linux built-ins are commands that are built into the shell, much like shelves that are built into a wall. You won’t find them as stand-alone files the way standard Linux commands are stored in /usr/bin and you probably use quite a few of them without ever questioning how they’re different from comma..

Wed 17 July, 2019

Mastering user groups on Linux

2019-07-25T20:45:15+03:00Wed 17 July, 2019|Tags: |

User groups play an important role on Linux systems. They provide an easy way for a select groups of users to share files with each other. They also allow sysadmins to more effectively manage user privileges, since they can assign privileges to groups rather than individual users. While a user group..

Tue 7 May, 2019

Red Hat Summit 2019: RHEL 8 arrives

2019-05-09T11:01:17+03:00Tue 7 May, 2019|Tags: |

Red Hat Summit 2019 is off to an exciting start. The conference, running from today until Thursday in Boston, is already tickling attendees’ fancies by announcing some very exciting developments. The first is Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 — available now for everything from bare-metal servers an..

Wed 1 May, 2019

Looking into Linux modules

2019-05-07T10:02:47+03:00Wed 1 May, 2019|Tags: |

What are Linux modules?Kernel modules are chunks of code that are loaded and unloaded into the kernel as needed, thus extending the functionality of the kernel without requiring a reboot. In fact, unless users inquire about modules using commands like lsmod, they won't likely know that anything..

Tue 30 April, 2019

Must-know Linux Commands

2019-05-07T10:02:50+03:00Tue 30 April, 2019|Tags: , |

It takes some time working with Linux commands before you know which one you need for the task at hand, how to format it and what result to expect, but it’s possible to speed up the process. With that in mind, we’ve gathered together some of the essential Linux commands as explained by Network Worl..