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Installing Fedora Spins

This is a Fedora Spins tutorial for beginners to install the custom Fedora Spins. 1. Overview Fedora is a Red Hat project for distributing Linux. Fedora Linux is under open source and free licenses. It is base for Red Hat Commercial distribution, and CentOS. It has features for Linux groups collaboration, integration with new technologies and development. Linux Groups upstream ...

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Shebang #! in Linux Scripts

1. Introduction When you write scripts in Linux you have to know the meaning of the first line from a bash script and why you need it. In a non-computer science environment phrase “the whole shebang” means “everything”. In computer science, a shebang is a sequence of characters. The first character is a number sign (#) and the second is ...

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Linux cp command

1. Introduction to cp Working with files, from time to time there will be needed to execute some actions on some files like copy, move, rename or delete. These options are available from the user interface by working with a mouse and selecting files and right clicking: “Copy” and then to go in a different location and selecting: “Paste” or ...

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The fzf command

1. Introduction When working with the command line, mostly every day no matter what operating system you are using, it is useful to have some tools/plugins that will make your work much easier. Tools and plugins, like fzf, are designed to facilitate your work through just a simple command instead of multiple instructions. Statistically using autocomplete will reduce typing by ...

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What is /bin/bash?

1. Introduction Bash is known also as a Unix Shell, and was written by Brian Fox for the GNU Project as a free software replacement for the Bourne shell. The first version was released in 1989 and it was used as a default login shell for most Unix distributions. Currently, the bash is available on Windows 10 via Windows Subsystem ...

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Command Not Found Using Sudo

1. Introduction This is an in-depth article related to the Sudo command in Linux and how to avoid command not found error. Sudo is super user do command . It is used as a prefix for superuser commands to be executed. The privileges while executing will be of superusers. In windows, the equivalent is run as administrator. sudo permission is ...

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No such file or directory Error

1. Introduction When you run commands, sometimes part of the command is incorrect or the command is unable to execute the action. In case of unexpected behavior, an error will arise, like “No such file or directory Error”. Most of the time the errors should be self-explanatory for the problem of the executed command. In Linux, when you run some ...

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How do we use find -exec?

1. Introduction In this article, we will see how the find -exec Linux command is used. Find command is used -exec argument in Linux to find the files with different extensions in the directories. 2. Linux Find command and exec option Find command in Linux has expression and action. The expression part is the first one that is used for ...

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Routing Table Entry

1. Introduction We will start this article, introducing you firstly in the networking area. Working in the networking area you need to have a solid knowledge about routing, how the packages are moving between networks, how to configure a firewall, basic skills about operating systems and so on. In a local network routing tables are important because they maintain a ...

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How to Remove Directory in Linux

1. Introduction Handle directories to remove/add are the important parts in Linux in terms of structuring items. In this section we will give you a bit of introduction about directory structure in Linux. A directory is a file that stores file names and the related information. The directories in Linux are a bit different in contrast with Windows. In Linux/Unix ...

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