Category: Commands

The Linux top command understanding

The top program provides a dynamic real-time view of a running system. It can display system summary information as well as a list of processes or threads currently being managed by the Linux kernel. The types of system summary information...

how to use tar command

How to use tar command

Tar (tape archive ) is the most widely used command in Unix like operating system for creating archive of multiple files and folders into a single archive file and that archive file can be further compressed using gzip and bzip2...

Ip command manual

How to use Linux IP Command

The Linux IP command is similar to ifconfig, but more powerful and is intended to be a replacement for it. You can perform several network administration tasks using the IP command. Also, ifconfig is one of the deprecated commands that...

How to use free command on Linux

The free command provides information about unused and used memory and swap space on any computer running Linux or another Unix-like operating system. In this article we will show you useful examples of free commands. The basic syntax of free...