“chroot” Command Usage Examples in Linux

This tutorial explains Linux “chroot” command, options and its usage with examples. chroot – change root directory Description: A chroot command on Unix operating systems is an operation that changes the apparent root directory for the current running process and its children.When you change root to another directory you cannot access files and commands outside … Read more

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10 Practical “tar” Command Usage Examples in Linux

This tutorial explains Linux “tar” command, options and its usage with examples. ‘tar’ command is the primary archiving utility. Initially developed to write data to sequential I/O devices for tape backup purposes, tar is now commonly used to collect many files into one larger file for distribution or archiving, while preserving file system information such … Read more

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5+ Practical “cpio” Command Usage Examples in Linux

This tutorial explains Linux “cpio” command, options and its usage with examples. cpio is a general file archiver utility and its associated file format. This post describes “cpio” command used in Linux along with usage examples and/or output. Its name is derived from the phrase “copy in and out”, in close description of the program’s … Read more

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10+ Practical “ps” Command Usage Examples in Linux

This tutorial explains Linux “ps” command, options and its usage with examples. ps command reports a snapshot of the current processes. This post describes “ps” command used in Linux along with usage examples and/or output. ps command displays information about a selection of the active processes. ps also accepts several kinds of options: – UNIX … Read more

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