Learn how to detect the RAID information, such as the name and the model number, from the Linux command line.
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Baeldung on Linux
- Administration (15)
- Filesystems (7)
- Installation (5)
- Scripting (3)
- Processes (3)
- Files (3)
- File Editing (2)
- Security (1)
- Networking (1)
Understand the risks and problems associated with using Logical Volume Management (LVM).
Learn about the /etc/mtab file in Linux.
Learn the various ways to prevent a package from being updated in Ubuntu as well as RHEL and Fedora.
Learn how to install plugins for Vim and NeoVim manually and using the vim-plug manager.
Learn how to use environment variables inside the Nginx config file.
Learn how we can create a GIF animation out of PNG files from the Linux command line
Leran how to clean a Linux system of unused files and directories to free up disk space
Compare Vim with its alternative implementation known as NeoVim
Learn about the history of X11, how it is designed, the current state of X11, and why it will be replaced in the future
Learn what’s inside the RPM package and go over the package installation mechanism under Arch Linux
Learn how we can install and manage multiple versions of Node.js on a single Linux machine
Learn how to clone only the part of the disk that is already in use
Learn many ways we can use to check for the block USB storage devices attached to our system
Learn how we can create an image of our Linux machine and restore it later on
Learn how we can mount and unmount Media Transfer Protocol devices under Linux
Learn how to choose the correct virtual disk format and the scenarios they are best suited for
Learn how to run an Nginx container both by creating one from scratch using a Dockerfile and by using the official Nginx Docker image.
Learn how we can check whether a specified directory already exists
Learn the negative impacts of using a shell loop to process text contents
Learn how we can check for the CPU temperature on the Linux terminal
Discover several use cases of the “!” symbol to rerun commands from the shell’s history.
Learn different methods to deal with frozen graphical windows and desktop sessions
Go through the most common use-cases regarding handling special characters in shell scripts
Learn different tools and frameworks that we commonly use for different purposes to test the Linux kernel
Learn how to view the swap memory used by processes in Linux by viewing the processes’ information inside the proc directory and using the smem tool
Learn about the Linux kernel restriction on using the “/” character in filenames and a workaround that we can use to include a Unicode character similar to “/”
Learn how we can move files and see their progress in a terminal by using several alternatives to the Linux mv command
Learn how to use the setfacl helper utility to set default permissions for newly created files and directories
Learn various ways to run a command or a script when a Linux system starts up
Learn a couple of ways to use multiple glibc on our machine with g++ and patchelf
Learn how we can save and restore a process using kill and criu