Linux

Linux is an computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open source software development and distribution. Here we’ll cover tutorials on several topics related to Linux.

How to Use Git on Linux

How to Use GitHub

If you have ever been active in the world of software development, you know the importance of keeping track of different versions of your project, which in turn helps you to keep that flow of development as well as to provide better usability. In addition, if you have ever approached experienced people in this field, they would prefer Git, in most cases. Technically speaking, Git is one …

Choosing a Linux Distro: Which Flavor of Linux is Best for Me?

Linux Top Distros

Choosing a Linux distro is not always easy. There are several Linux distros that may be best for you, and very often the choice is a matter of personal preference rather than any technical advantages of one over the others. Linux is available in many different flavors, so here is a guide as to which might be best for your particular needs. First, consider your own position with …

How to Create Repository in Linux

Create Repository Step 1

Today we will show you how to create repository in Linux. We know that we can install packages in Linux by using RPM (Red Hat Package Management) but disadvantage is that by using RPM we can't install packages wich depend on other packages i.e dependencies. so in order to install packages which depend on other packages, we have to install packages by using YUM (Yellowdog Updater …

Linux File Permissions: the Tutorial

Linux File Permissions: the Tutorial

Linux provides full control over file access which ultimately helps many people to use the system. Files and data are maintained leaving no risks of them being changed, viewed, modified or deleted by any masquerader. As you might be aware of the three types of users in Linux who may have access to the files: User – An account created by the administrator of the system for a …

Five Useful Shell – Prompt Tips

Shell Tips

Here we are enlightening you with five useful Shell-Prompt tips which definitely will prove to be a boon for you. 1)  For a short-cut we always define the alias. But, sometimes, we don’t need that and want the original effect of the command. For example: alias ls='ls -la' Now to restrict the alias effect and see the native command, we can execute it in any of the following …

How to Install and Remove Software In Ubuntu Linux

Software Sources

A major functionality of any operating system is the ability to expand it - to add in new software over time to improve your work flow or just for entertainment value. Linux, being an open source operating system provides thousands of software titles to meet just about every need. But after tracking down the ideal software title, there’s just one barrier to overcome: actually installing …

Delete Files Older than ‘x’ Days in Linux

Delete Files

Today, we we'll show a way to you by which you can delete files which are older than 'X' days. Suppose you want to delete files older than 7 days then this article will help you to do that. The find utility permits you to pass in a couple of interesting arguments, including one to execute another command on each file. In order to figure out what files are older than a …