Unix/Linux Commands

Important Key Combination  CTRL+C – To halt the current command. CTRL+D – To save the written file contents/generate end-of-file character/Logout the current session, similar to exit. CTRL+G – To resume flow of long output of the screen stopped by CRTL+S, so that screen passes fastly. CTRL+Q -To restart the output Read more…

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Fundamental of Linux

History Linux operating system is launched in 1991 as a personal project by Finnish student ‘Linus Torvalds‘ while studying computer science at University of Helsinki. Initially it was called ‘Freax’ for early six months of its development. Introduction Linux started out as a Unix variant with one major difference-its source code was freely available Read more…

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