Tag Archives: Debian

Learn to use the Curl command in Terminal

curl get HTTP headers

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the curl tool with practical examples and detailed explanations of the curl options most popular in everyday use. Hopefully you will open up the Linux distribution console to follow the guide on this page so you can better understand how this …

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Various ways to download ISO files on Linux systems

Various ways to download ISO files on Linux systems

An ISO file is an archive file that usually contains the complete image of a CD or DVD. For example, most operating systems like Windows, Linux, and macOS are distributed as ISO images. ISO files can be extracted using common archive software, installed on a loop device, and written to …

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Learn about the Whoami command on Linux

In this article we will cover the commands whoami. As the name implies, orders whoami It will print the user ID name. In other words, it displays the name of the user who is currently logged in. How to use the whoami The syntax for the whoami command is as …

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A tutorial on using the Lsmod command (listing Kernel units)

lsmod is a command-line utility that displays information about loaded Linux kernel modules. Kernel module The kernel is the primary component of an operating system. The kernel manages everything in an operating system, including all system resources, and is the bridge between your computer hardware and software. Linux kernel has …

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A tutorial for changing file permissions with Chmod on Linux

In Linux, file access is managed via file permissions, attributes, and ownership. This ensures that only authorized users and processes can access files and directories. This tutorial covers how to use commands chmod To change file and directory access permissions. File access permissions explained in Linux Before we proceed, let’s …

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