Category: Linux

How to Use the rename Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock.com Familiarize yourself with renaming files from the Linux world and give mv – and yourself – some rest. Renaming is flexible, fast and sometimes even easier. Here is a tutorial at this command station. What is the problem with mv? There is nothing wrong with […]

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How to Use the last Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock.com Who, when and where? According to good security practices, you must know who is accessing your Linux computer. We show you how. The wtmp file Linux and other Unix-like operating systems such as MacOS are very good for logging. Somewhere in the bowels of the […]

How to Use the timeout Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock.com OK, it's enough computer time. You can give processes time limits by setting a maximum time for which they can run with the timeout command. Here is a tutorial to limit current programs with this command. What is the waiting period for you? The timeout […]

How to Use the wall Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock.com Need a quick message to all connected users? Linux Wall Control is more powerful than email and automatically targets logged-in users. It broadcasts a message to anyone who uses a device on a system. The wall commands If you need to quickly send a message […]

How to Use the time Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock.com Want to know how long a process is running and much more? The Linux time command returns time statistics, which helps you better understand the resources used by your programs. time has many parents There are many Linux distributions and different Unix-like operating systems. Each […]