The passwd command in Linux allows you to change user password, lock accounts, expire passwords and more. Learn how to use the passwd command with practical examples.
Everything you type in the terminal is stored in the shell history. Learn how to use command history in Linux in this introduction to history command.
Quick tutorial to show you how to find the biggest files on your Linux machine using a few commands that you may already be familiar with du, sort, and head.
The type command tells you whether a Linux command is built-in shell command, where is its executable located and whether it is aliased to some other command. Here’s how to use the type command in Linux.
Tar is one of the most common tool used for archiving files in Linux. Learn how to create a tarball and how to extract it in the bginner’s tutorial.