Learn how to use command arguments from a file.
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Learn how to merge PDFs from the Linux command line
Learn multiple ways to periodically restart a systemd service in Linux.
When running a Docker container we can set a port mapping to allow communication through the host. This usually is fixed for the lifetime of the container. We explore some strategies for changing the port mapping for an existing container.
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Explore a few ways to list the storage devices attached to a Linux system.
Learn the different essential registers in Vim and how we can access these registers to yank and paste text
Learn how to search for text that matches a multi-line pattern in a file using grep and awk
Learn why there’s a limit on the number of threads per process in Linux, and how to find out what that limit is.
A quick and practical guide to creating simple Debian packages.