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    Linux Permission Q&A

    Suppose you have write permissions for a file named kali.txt and now you want to change the permissions for each type of user in symbolic mode such that owner and group-users have read and write access and others have only read permission. Which among the following commands will you use to do...
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    Establishing a TCP Session without terminating it (not sending RST/FIN)

    Hi All, I'm looking for a Linux tool which can just establish a TCP session and leave at it there w/o sending a FIN /RST. I tried tools like iperf etc., which sends out a FIN as well once the connection is established. kindly let me know if there are any tools that are avaiable? Thanks
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    Sending process to backgroup

    Hi Experts, I'm using ethr tool for sending TCP traffic and i use a python script to run the ethr tool on multiple interfaces and i want to send the ethr command on every interface to run on background. the command that I use to run it on backgroud is: ```./ethr -s -ip -4 -port 10026...
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    Sleep and wakeup for the linux based system

    Hi.. What are the sleep & wakeup commands from command lines( have a linux based microcontroller system) and also how to know the time for wakeup (not the clock time but the time the system takes to wake from sleeping state) Thank You!
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    Process Details

    Hi Guys, is there any way in Linux(RedHat), we can get the details of the stopped process like which user terminated the process/Reason of termination/ time, and date of termination, etc. Please help me with this. Thanks in advance!
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    thread profiling and monitoring

    how can I get lock time values specifically of the threads of any process in Linux? I was using the command /proc/PID/task/TID/status but I am unable to determine which values are of lock time.
  7. wadewayne

    Is there any way to mirror an entire Online Dictionary website?

    I want to mirror https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/ to my local directory to read the definitions offline. Is there any way to do it with the wget command?
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    Linux Shell Scripting Command

    I am having a problem getting the correct command to work with a shell script for the following. I need to save the text, "Logging Info:" with the current date and time to my file "logs.backup" inside my "LOGS" directory. Can anyone provide help with the correct command for this?
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    Disk Space

    Hi All 1. I am new to RHEL and i am learning, on one of my server i have disk space alert. how do i check what files are occupying space. Server01:~ # df -Th Filesystem Type Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 ext4 60G 58.1G...
  10. Tecadmin

    Hello Dear Members

    Hello Dear Members My name is Vani Sharma, I am learning about Linux using Tecadmin- A Linux blog for Linux Tips and Tricks. I am feeling glad to join with Linux forum. I hope I will also learn something new from here about Linux updates.
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    Linux installation error

    I'm new to Linux, and I'm trying to install some packages for machine learning. I'm using NVIDIA Jetson TX2, and have had no problems installing packages like TensorFlow and whatnot. However, I'm currently trying to install something called Keras, and when I enter `pip install keras` or `sudo -H...
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    All ways and also Best way to find the number of openfiles in linux

    need possible ways and also the optimal one to find the curent number of openfiles in linux.
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    Keep one ID based on value of a column?

    hellow, i have a tab delimeted file: GH76.hmm - 358 VENTURIA_I_00885.t1 - 411 7.50E-83 273.9 26.1 1 1 7.80E-85 2.30E-82 272.3 26.1 15 354 24 406 21 410 0.87 GH105.hmm - 332 VENTURIA_I_00885.t1 - 411...
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    Why is my selection not working?

    Hi, So I'm working on editing this code and I thought I had all the errors for it fixed but when I run the code it works, like the code shows up but when i type in the letter to make a selection it doesn't actually execute the right part of the code it doesn't do anything and I'm not sure how...
  15. ylspirit

    linux common commands and use examples

    Share it to everyone's personal blog, which mainly introduces common linux commands and use cases. Welcome to exchange and share. Blog address: https://www.linuxcommands.site/
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    four ways to view linux load average and load explained

    Linux w command Linux uptime command Linux top command Linux iostat command https://www.linuxcommands.site/linux-commands/linux-load-average/
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    rename file linux – use rename cmd or mv cmd or awk cmd

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    Awk tutorial: awk syntax and awk examples

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    GNU sed syntax and sed examples