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Xargs Command in Linux

GNU/Linux has many utilities that are unprecedentedly powerful and useful, but not very popular. These include xargs command. Its main purpose is to work with the output of other terminal commands. This article describes the syntax of this utility, as well as how to use it. Syntax and Options...

How to Join Linux CentOS to the Active Directory Domain with SSSD?

Many online manuals show how to use Samba and Winbind to join Linux to an Active Directory domain. In this article, we will show an alternative way to add your Linux computer or server to the domain using realmd (Realm Discovery) and SSSD (System Security Services Daemon). In this...

How to Install Fedora Server from USB?

Servers should be stable and fast as possible. And if the latter depends more on computer components, then the first—primarily on the operating system. The Fedora distribution provides its own assembly, which can be deployed to servers. This article describes how to install Fedora Server from USB drive. Fedora...

How to Install Linux Mint from USB?

Among the many GNU/Linux distributions that are actively supported by its developers, Linux Mint is one of the favorite among many users. It was based on Ubuntu, and despite the fact that Linux Mint fell several positions in the ranking of Distrowatch over the past few years, it is...

Cut Command in Linux

Working in GNU/Linux terminal often includes the processing of outgoing text. One of the most common tools that is used for this is the cut command. It cuts out some text information (file or standard output) by the specified filter. This procedure is often necessary to analyze complex data...

How to Install Google Chrome on Linux?

Despite the fact that the Google Chrome is now inferior in terms of performance and privacy to the same Brave, it is still the most popular browser on all platforms. This article covers how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu and some other GNU/Linux distributions. System Requirements First, make...

How to Use Bash Sort Command?

One of the most useful commands in Bash — sort — is also one of the most underrated. It is engaged in sorting incoming data (whether it is a file or terminal output stream) with the possibility of orienting by numbers or alphabet. With many options available, sort greatly...

Complete Arch Linux Install Guide

Among the wide variety of GNU/Linux distributions, there is one that combines almost all advantages and disadvantages of these systems (of course, there are more advantages). It’s about Arch Linux. Developers still following their original principle that the system should be as simple and functional as possible. New GNU/Linux...

How to Check Network Usage on Linux?

GNU/Linux system administrator involved into a huge number of tasks. The most significant of these include checking the OS’s network usage. GNU/Linux has many tools that allow you to monitor and analyze the network of both the desktop PC and the corporate server. Such tools are presented with a...

How to Use ntpdate to Sync Time in Linux?

Ntpdate is a console utility that can be used as an NTP client in various Linux distros to synchronize the local time of a host with the global time on an NTP server. Installing ntpdate Utility in Linux The ntpdate command is not installed by default in most Linux...