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    Working with Linux file content

    Working with Linux file content In this chapter we will look at the contents of  linux files with cat, tac , head, tail, , more and less.We will also get a glimpse of the possibilities of tools like cat on the command line.   Note: Please check video at bottom of article head You can…

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    Working with files

    Let’s start learning how to create, copy, move(rename) delete and identify type of file by using following commands touch,cp.mv,rm and file Please bear in mind Linux is case sensitive. Case sensitive means that Linux will consider file examplefile and ExampleFile as different files.     Similarly /home/ali/Test is different from  /home/ali/test. [ali@rhel71 ~]$ ls -l…

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    Connecting to VM via Putty

    Connecting to Server via putty In this tutorial I will teach you how to connect to your vm using a tool called  putty. We will use ssh connection to connect. You can download from internet its free. If you search for putty in google you will find lots of links . One of link you can download putty…

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    Working with Linux directories

    In this tutorial we will learn how to work with Linux directories. We will learn how to know current working directory, switching or moving between directories, listing contents of directories(files/folders) making and removing directories. We will also discuss about paths. We will talk about absolute and relative paths and path completion in bash. The commands…

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    Interact with Linux via command line interface (CLI)

    Interacting with Linux operating system (Command line/shell)     Hi folks in previous tutorial we have learnt how to install Red Hat Linux. Now its time to interact with system. To interact with system you have two options GUI (which we have installed during installation process) command line interface (CLI) also known as terminal window…