When scripting tools that expect user input, we can use expect to replace terminal input. Learn how to suppress logging this information.
Arjuna Sky Kok
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Baeldung on Linux
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- Scripting (2)
- Processes (2)
- Networking (2)
- Filesystems (1)
- File Searching (1)
- File Compression (1)
If we’re using vim as our code editor, then we may wish to compile files without dropping out to the command line. We look at how vim supports executing commands such as make.
There is a buffer between piped processes on Linux. We look at how it works and how to reconfigure it.
We can configure temporary files in Linux in a few different ways. Here, we look at how to make some common configurations.
Learn about the mtr command and how to use it for testing networks in Linux.
The socat command can be used to relay input and output from one location to another. It can allow us to bridge between our terminal and a remote process, or to tunnel through our private networks. We look at how to use this command with a few use cases.
A quick and practical guide to tracking child processes with strace.
We do not have to have something in a file to be able to compress it. We look at how to use the major compression tools with input from stdin, allowing us to compress the output of processes that are producing data.
Learn various ways to redirect command output in Docker.
In this tutorial, we’ll discuss a variety of ways to check the file types in a directory.