• Tutorial on using cron to customize tasks by time in Linux


    Cron is the default scheduled task in Linux. With cron, you can schedule a schedule (such as a command or shell script) to run periodically or at a specific time, such as a specified minute, hour, day, week, month, etc. Cron is useful when you schedule different routine maintenance tasks, such as periodic backups, log […]

  • Method of batch renaming files in Linux


    In Linux, when you want to change a file name, use the MV command. However, MV cannot rename multiple files using wildcards. You can use sed, awk, or in combination with xargs to handle multiple files. However, these command lines are cumbersome, unfriendly, and error prone if you are not careful. You don’t want to […]

  • A method of batch shielding IP addresses under Linux


    In many cases, you may need to mask IP addresses under Linux. For example, as an end user, you may want to avoid spyware or IP tracking. Or when you are running P2P software. You may want to filter network links for anti P2P activity. If you are a system administrator, you may want to […]

  • Three boot methods of Linux


    I know three ways to boot Linux: method1: Boot floppy (1) It is made with mkbootdisk under Linux.(2) If the boot information of the hard disk is lost, you cannot enter the Linux system as the boot floppy disk. For the RH, use the RedHat Linux CD to boot into the secure mode. When you […]

  • Introduction to command line programming tool awk under Linux


    What is awk Awk is a compact programming language and command line tool. (its name comes from the initials of the surnames of its founders Alfred aho, Peter Weinberger and Brian Kernighan). It is very suitable for log processing on the server, mainly because awk can operate on files and usually construct lines in readable […]

  • Tutorial on creating and presenting slides in the Linux command line


    When you are preparing a speech, your mind may be occupied by the colorful presentation with pictures and texts. Admittedly, no one can deny the positive effect of a vivid speech. However, not all speeches need the quality of Ted talk. More often than not, speeches are meant to convey a specific message. For this, […]

  • Tutorial on extracting tar files into different directories on Linux systems


    You don’t have to use the CD command to switch to another directory and extract it. You can extract a file using the following syntax:grammar Typical UNIX tar syntax:     Copy code The codes are as follows: tar -xf file.name.tar -C /path/to/directory Gnu/tar syntax:     Copy code The codes are as follows: tar xf file.tar […]

  • Mysql8.0.23 Linux (centos7) installation complete super detailed tutorial


    The last article introduced the list of major MySQL 8.0.23 updates (Interpretation of new features). If you are interested, click to view it! The latest version of windows mysql-8.0.23-winx64, click to download Mysql8.0.23 Linux (centos7) installation tutorial (attachment: configuring Internet connection user authorization and case insensitive configuration) (bloggers will talk a few words here and […]

  • How to install and use WPS in Linux system


    Kingsoft office is an office suite that supports multiple platforms, including windows, Linux, IOS and Android. It contains three components: writer (WPS text) for word processing, presentation (WPS presentation) for slides, and spreadsheets (WPS tables) for spreadsheets. It uses the free value-added mode, in which the basic version is free to use. Compared with other […]

  • Tutorial on using Evernote on the command line of Linux


    Geeknote installation Geeknote was developed using python. So before you start, make sure you have python (preferably version 2.7) and git installed.In Debian, Ubuntu, and Linux MINT     Copy code The codes are as follows: $ sudo apt-get install python2.7 git python-setuptools $ git clone git://github.com/VitaliyRodnenko/geeknote.git $ cd geeknote $ sudo python2.7 setup.py install In […]

  • Using coreutils viewer to display command running progress in Linux system


    Coreutils viewer (CV) is a simple program that can be used to display the progress of any core component commands (such as CP, MV, DD, tar, gzip, gunzip, cat, grep, fgrep, egrep, cut, sort, XZ, exiting). It uses file description information to determine the progress of a command, such as the CP command. The beauty […]

  • Linux discovery what is Linux?


    content validity 1. Syllabus 2. Part 1 Lesson 1: what is Linux? 3. Part 1 lesson 2 Preview: Download Linux for free! Open the door We always hear people say that Linux is very complicated, which is for programmers who want to be tough. We ordinary people are happy with windows. However, this is not […]