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10 Useful Linux Commands For Programmers and Advanced Users

Linux is getting more and more users daily. Throughout the years it has steadily become one of the best choices in OS, whether it’s about casual users or hardcore programmers. On the surface, Linux, especially with the Ub...
 
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Create a Git Repository on Remote Server and Checkout From Your Local Machine

Some time ago, i’ve written a post about the basics of git, how to create a local repository on git and more. However, git is a bit complicated, especially if you are switching from subversion. It’s highly likely th...

 
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Head and Tail Linux Commands : The Silent Power

There are some linux commands that are underestimated by nature. Two such commands are head and, even more importantly, tail. In short, head and tail are used to provide output of the first and last lines of a file. For instanc...
 
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idsvlan

How to Set Up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) Using OpenVPN

Imagine that in your office’s computer, there are lots of interesting files that you have saved. As long as you are in your office, you have access to all of them, but when you go home, you can’t access it. The reas...
 
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How to Use the Linux Df Command to Calculate Disk Free Space

If you’re mostly a Windows user or programmer and are porting to linux, you may be thinking that a command that would help you determine the free disk space of your computer would be pretty useful. Luckily, there exists s...

 
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How to Add a Directory to Your Path Environment Variable in Linux

The linux shell is probably the most important thing that provides raw power to the end user. Getting to know more about it is crucial if we seek to be able to do simple and more complicated tasks with its help. The bash shell,...