Here is listed few linux articles list in which you will get some useful linux commands which may be necessary to do some basic or advanced jobs in Linux. If you are a linux geek then you can skip this page. This is mainly intended for basic users of Linux. Mainly commands are based on… Continue reading Main Linux Commands
How to use the Terminal in Ubuntu https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal
How to know which Linux distribution or linux version you are using from command line? Open a terminal and just type the commands “cat /etc/*-release” or “cat /proc/version”
How to set root password for Ubuntu. Ubuntu has no root password by default, you need to set it. You need to login as the first user. Here my username is bikram. If you have a fresh Ubuntu installation there is no password set for root user.
Linux command- Get list of users in Ubuntu (v. 12.04 LTS). Open a terminal and type this command –
$ cat /etc/passwd
For Non GPT Disks: Strategy on partitioning a Linux system. The simplest partitioning scheme, on a non-GPT disk, is simply use a root partition and a swap partition. For GPT type Disks: You should add a BIOS-Boot or an EFI partition depending on the boot mode of your BIOS. GPT type Disks can be checked… Continue reading How to make partitions for a new linux O.S installation (Ubuntu, Fedora)