In today’s Learn Linux guide, we will present you a comprehensive guide on what are system logs, where to find them, and how to use them to effectively manage a Linux system. Note that all the Linux distros including the popular ones namely Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Linux Mint, Fedora, and CentOS have log files… Continue reading How to Check System Logs on Linux [Complete Usage Guide]
One of the most likely questions you will find in most tech forums is whether Linux is an operating system or a Kernel. Even for some proficient Linux users, this question can become quite confusing. In this post, we will answer your question and show you the differences between an operating system and a Kernel.… Continue reading Is Linux an Operating System or a Kernel?
Bash script programming is a sequence of executable commands, carrying out numerous commands at once, task performance automation, and administrative tasks customization. Generally, all Linux users must acquaint themselves with the basic knowledge of bash script programming because of the importance it offers. Effective interaction with the command line is among the essential aspects that… Continue reading 35 Bash Script Examples
For many aspiring system administrators, networking is a vast and intimidating topic. To grasp them, there are many layers, protocols, and interfaces to learn and numerous resources and utilities. Ports are logical communication endpoints in TCP/IP and UDP networking. Many services, such as a web server, an application server, and a file server, will operate… Continue reading How to do a Port Scan in Linux
A Cron or Cron job is a time-based scheduler common in Linux/Unix systems. It schedules specified user tasks to run periodically in fixed date, time, or intervals. Most of these tasks are scripts to perform functions like backups and more. To create these cron jobs, we use the crontab commands. A crontab is a UNIX command/utility… Continue reading How to create Cron Jobs on Linux
Tar is a great utility that is used for collecting multiple files in a single archive. This file is often called a ‘tarball.’ Today, we are going to tell you about the different things you can do with tarballs using the tar command, with practical examples. Tar is mostly used for packaging applications and their… Continue reading 15 Tar command in Linux uses with examples
Python programming language is applied in so many areas of computer technology, i.e., Scripting, GUI development, Website development, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Data Science, Computer Networking, and Network Automation, and Cyber Security. We have many integrated development environment Python IDEs’ in the market today. All have different qualities and features. For example, some specifically… Continue reading 10+ Best Python IDEs for Linux