The AWS CLI allows us to control our AWS account from the command line. Here we look at how easy it is to install on our Linux system.
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A quick and practical guide to managing processes in Linux.
Learn about the diff command in Linux
Learn the path network packages take using the traceroute command.
A quick and practical guide to setting terminal output color in Linux.
Learn how to use the tar utility to create, list, and extract archives
We can securely copy data between machines using scp and rsync, which operate over a secure connection. We explore the tools’ similarities and differences.
A quick and practical guide to using shebangs.
Take a dive into the sed stream editor.
Learn how to soft-delete (trash) files in Linux systems.