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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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Linux Cat Command: Usage and Examples

The cat command in Linux is one of the most useful commands you can learn. It derives its name from the word concatenate and let you create, merge or...

How to Use Grep Command in Linux + Useful Grep Examples

Linux operating system based servers usually have no graphical interface for security reasons. In this case, it becomes very important to know and...

How to Rename Files in Linux

A command-line terminal is an essential tool for administrating Linux servers. It provides Linux users some of the best productivity tools while...

How to Create Symbolic Links in Linux

Learning Linux symbolic commands is a great way of improving your potential in the Linux terminal. In this tutorial, we’ll cover a few commands...

How to Disable Selinux on CentOS 7

Security is an essential element of server management. However, personal or small projects can sacrifice certain aspects of security. In the case of...

What is a Chown Command in Linux and How to Use it

In Linux operating systems, every file is associated with a group ownership and an owner. A Linux chown command is an abbreviation to “change...

What is a Curl Command And How to Use It?

What is a Curl command? It’s a command available on most Unix based systems.  This stands as an abbreviation to “Client URL”. Curl commands...

How to Install Laravel on Ubuntu 18.04 with Apache

There are many powerful PHP frameworks, but many of them, because of their structure do not read the source code of the application. This can be a...

How to Install and Use Linux Screen?

Sysadmins generally work using the Linux terminal. However, you can get even more out of it by implementing the Linux Screen in your workflow....