NFS Server and Client Installation with Configurations.

What is NFS ( Network File System ) ? This is a distributed file system protocol which is basically shares files/folders in between Linux servers. Keep it in mind, this is sharing in between only with Linux systems, not with Windows. Through NFS, we can allow a system to share it’s folders and files with…(Continue Reading)

How to extend your AWS EBS volume without any DOWNTIME

Can we extend AWS EBS volume ? Without any DOWNTIME ? Yes. You can do it without having any DOWNTIME in your server. AWS EBS stands for elastic block storage. This can be extended or shrink at any time without any affect for your server. What is AWS EBS ( Elastic Block Storage ) ?…(Continue Reading)

Understanding Linux File Permissions and Ownerships

Understanding linux file permissions and ownerships is very important. You are going to learn all most all the scenarios that you should know about the permissions/ownerships topic. From one of our previous articles “How to manage Linux Users and Groups” we discussed on how Linux becomes a multi-user OS, what is a user and a…(Continue Reading)

How to manage Linux Users and Groups

What is a multi-user Operating system ? When the OS allows multiple people to use the computer at the same time without affecting other’s stuff, it becomes a multi-user OS. Like wise Linux is also belongs to above mentioned category. There can be having multiple users, groups with their own personal files and preferences. So,…(Continue Reading)

Pipeline and Redirection in Linux

In the Linux operating system, Pipeline and Redirection are mostly useful and powerful techniques that helps in sending the output of one program to a file or as an input of another program. These two techniques are highly recommended to be learned as a beginner because they are needed to write scripts and other stuff…(Continue Reading)

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)