6 Easy Ways to Check User Name And Other Information in Linux

Full Article : 2daygeek – https://www.2daygeek.com/6-easy-ways-to-check-user-name-and-other-information-in-linux/ This is very basic topic, everyone knows how to find a user information in Linux using id command. Some of the users are filtering a user information from /etc/passwd … Read more

How To Use Pbcopy And Pbpaste Commands On Linux

Full Article : OSTechNix – https://www.ostechnix.com/how-to-use-pbcopy-and-pbpaste-commands-on-linux/ Since Linux and Mac OS X are *Nix based systems, many commands would work on both platforms. However, some commands may not available in on both platforms, for example … Read more

How to Fix “passwd: Authentication token manipulation error” in Linux

Full Article : Tecmint – https://www.tecmint.com/fix-passwd-authentication-token-manipulation-error-in-linux/ In Linux, the passwd command is used to set or change user account passwords, while using this command sometimes users may encountered the error: “passwd: Authentication token manipulation error” … Read more

How To Force User To Change Password On Next Login In Linux

Full Article : 2daygeek – https://www.2daygeek.com/how-to-force-user-to-change-password-on-next-login-in-linux/ When you created the users account with a default password, you have to force the users to change their password on next login. This option is mandatory when you … Read more

whowatch – Monitor Linux Users and Processes in Real Time

Full Article : Tecmint – https://www.tecmint.com/whowatch-monitor-linux-users-and-processes-in-real-time/ whowatch is a simple, easy-to-use interactive who-like command line program for monitoring processes and users on a Linux system. It shows who is logged on to your system and … Read more

How To Find The Mounted Filesystem Type In Linux

Full Article : OSTechNix – https://www.ostechnix.com/how-to-find-the-mounted-filesystem-type-in-linux/ As you may already know, the Linux supports numerous filesystems, such as Ext4, ext3, ext2, sysfs, securityfs, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, and many. The most commonly used filesystem is Ext4. Ever … Read more

Deprecated Linux Networking Commands and Their Replacements

Full Article : Tecmint – https://www.tecmint.com/deprecated-linux-networking-commands-and-their-replacements/ In our previous article, we have covered some useful command line networking utilities for Sysadmin’s for network management, troubleshooting and debugging on Linux. We mentioned some networking commands that … Read more

A Linux Sysadmin’s Guide to Network Management, Troubleshooting and Debugging

Full Article : Tecmint – https://www.tecmint.com/linux-networking-commands/ A system administrator’s routine tasks include configuring, maintaining, troubleshooting, and managing servers and networks within data centers. There are numerous tools and utilities in Linux designed for the administrative … Read more

Yay – Yet Another Reliable AUR Helper Written In Go

Full Article : OSTechNix – https://www.ostechnix.com/yay-found-yet-another-reliable-aur-helper/ Howdy Arch Users! I’ve got a good news for you. Today, I stumbled upon yet another reliable AUR helper called “Yay”. Yep! the name of this AUR helper is … Read more

Install Microsoft Windows Fonts In Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Full Article : OSTechNix – https://www.ostechnix.com/install-microsoft-windows-fonts-ubuntu-16-04/ Most of the educational institutions are still using Microsoft Fonts. I am not sure about other countries. But, in Tamilnadu (An Indian state), Times New Roman and Arial fonts … Read more

How To Configure SSH Key-based Authentication In Linux

Full Article : OSTechNix – https://www.ostechnix.com/configure-ssh-key-based-authentication-linux/ What is SSH Key-based authentication? As we all know, Secure Shell, shortly SSH, is the cryptographic network protocol that allows you to securely communicate/access a remote system over unsecured … Read more