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Edward S.

Edward is a Content Editor with years of experience in IT as a writer, marketer, and Linux enthusiast. Edward's goal is to encourage readers to establish an impactful online presence. He also really loves dogs, guitars, and everything related to space.

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How to Use the Linux Touch Command + Examples

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How to Install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 18.04

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How to Install Redis on Ubuntu 18.04

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There are many Linux commands useful for beginners and trained users alike. One such command is the Linux file command. It is a typical application in...

How to Install Jenkins on Ubuntu 18.04

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How to Use the Linux Time Command

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What is the Linux Watch Command + Examples

The Linux watch command is a power user favorite because it allows them to execute a specific command periodically and display the result in a...

How to Change a Password in Linux

Passwords are the first line of defense when securing any system, including Linux. Passwordless SSH is a reliable alternative, but at the end of the...

How to Use the Linux Ping Command

The Linux PING command or Packet Internet Groper is a well-loved utility! Its main purpose is to manage the network connectivity status between a...