Getting touch with Linux commands (part 4)

Here, we will cover how to move and rename files. Just like “cp” command for copying files as discussed in previous article “Linux commands part 3“, we can use “mv” linux inbuilt command for moving files in Linux operating system. In this article we will discuss most of the useful syntax’s with mv command. mv…(Continue Reading)

Getting touch with Linux commands (part 3)

From the previous articles Linux commands part 1 and part 2 we covered the basic administrating commands needed for creation/deletion of directories/files, view files. Today we will discuss how to copy files and directories in a Linux operating system with it’s syntax. cp : copy command in LinuxWe can use “cp” command to copy a…(Continue Reading)

Getting touch with Linux commands (part 2)

From a previous article “Getting touch with Linux commands (part 1)“, we could learn about some basic commands for listing files, showing the current directory, changing directories, viewing the contents of files such things. From this article we will go abroad of that. When you are working in a Linux operating system, you must know…(Continue Reading)

Different types of users in linux

There are different types of users in Linux. Root user  Super user  Normal user  Root user is like the Administrator account in windows. Root user  has the highest privileges. So, if you switch to root , you can do anything inside of the operating system. Because of that it’s need to use that account very…(Continue Reading)

How to install Linux in VMware workstation

There are so many distribution of Linux operating system, like Red Hat Linux, CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali Linux and so many types. All most all of these distributions are similar, but some different in areas like when installing packages ( packages like softwares in windows) and when working with services. That’s just a…(Continue Reading)