Category: Linux

What Are stdin, stdout, and stderr on Linux?

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock.com stdin, stdout, and stderr are three streams of data that are created when you launch a Linux command. You can use them to indicate if your scripts are redirected or redirected. We show you how. Feeds join two points As soon as you begin to […]

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How to Use the xargs Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock You need to chain Linux commands together, but one of them does not accept pipeline entries? xargs can take the result of one command and send it to another command as parameters. All standard Linux utilities have three data streams associated with them. They are […]

How to Use the look Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock The Linux look command browses a file and lists all lines that start with a particular word or phrase. But beware! It behaves differently depending on the Linux distributions. This tutorial will show you how to use it. The look of Ubuntu behaves differently For […]

How to Use the rev Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock The rev command of Linux inverts the text strings. This command can operate either on supplied text or on a file, and it seems deceptively simple. But, like many command line utilities, its real power becomes apparent when you combine it with other commands. The […]