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[Linux] : Command Line Cheat Sheet

There are literally thousands of commands in Linux and I am not even talking about the custom ones developed by the community for some awesome stuff. 96 more words


Command Line Metacharacters


We often want to refer to a group of files or directories that have a common characteristic. To do this, there are some small constructs which helps the user to filter the needed files. 500 more words


Setting up apache httpd and subversion on a redhat host to integrate with Windows AD Domain authentication

The following setup worked for me:

1 using kerberos for the auth module: mod_auth_kerb.so.

I tried to use mod_ntlm but it proved too hard to get it to work on Apache 2.2 on redhat. 168 more words


Setting the Display Resolution on a Virtual Machine

If you install a recent version of Linux on a virtual machine you may find that the default display resolution is rather low. You may be able to select a better resolution (by navigating to system → preferences → monitors) once you have logged in, but I prefer to configure the display resolution by using xorg.conf. 904 more words


Directories and their role

As you already know, in Windows just after the install there are a few standard directories like: Windows, Program Files, Documents and Settings/Users. In Linux a similar structure exists but with much more directories. 314 more words


IBus 1.5.16 is released

IBus 1.5.16 is now released and it’s available in Fedora 26:

# dnf update --enablerepo=updates-testing ibus

Also it’s available in Fedora Copr for Fedora 25. 180 more words


Using help in Linux

Before you start this tutorial is better to know how to get help and details about the commands, when you need it. There are several ways to get help about the commands, but I will present only the most important ones: 194 more words