Category Archives: Linux

What is Linux Used For? How Does Linux Work?

Linux is an open-source operating system that can manage the software and hardware resources of a computer on its own. The computer’s hardware includes CPU, storage, and memory, but Linux bridges the gap between these hardware components and the software. When it comes to physical systems, however, all operating systems work the same way. So what makes Linux… Read More »

How to Delete Line in Vim on Linux?

Vim, earlier called Vi, stands for “Vi IMproved”, is a multi-talented content editor that is viable with all UNIX-based operating systems like Linux and macOS. Vim can be utilized for different purposes, for example, making, or altering text, and additionally, PC program records. You frequently need to delete/erase at least one line while altering text records in Vim… Read More »

How to Become a Linux Kernel Developer?

The Linux kernel is the primary constituent of the operating system that involves Linux. It acts as the fundamental alliance between the hardware and the system processes. The Linux kernel not only interconnects these two but also manages all of their resources as efficiently as possible. The word “kernel” means “seed,” and like every seed inside a fruit,… Read More »

How to Become a Linux Administrator?

Many IT professionals want to be specialized in Linux operating system. One of the major roles is the Linux administrator, if you are looking for this role then you need to learn how to configure Linux servers and systems. For this, you will require to learn about its basics, certifications, and training. If you want to pursue your… Read More »

Date Command in Linux

When using the Linux command line or writing Shell scripts, we may need to deal with date and time variables, such as displaying a date or time in a certain format, obtaining a relative date-time, or modifying the device date and time. The Date command in Linux displays and changes the current date and time on the system.… Read More »

How to Remove Files and Directories in Linux?

If you mostly use Windows or Mac systems, you might be unfamiliar with the Linux-based operating systems. If you are new to Linux and trying to remove files from your computer, you may need to know some easy commands that will help you to achieve the same. So, let’s talk about how to easily remove files and directories… Read More »

How To Find Linux Reboot Reasons?

Is your Linux system unexpectedly shutting down or rebooting on its own? Well, there are several reasons for an unexpected shutdown or reboot of your Linux system, like excessive heating, hitting the power button, low battery in case of laptops, etc. But for Linux servers, you must check what caused the system reboot. You can identify the cause… Read More »

How to Fix Kernel Security Check Failure?

The main reason why you landed up on this blog must be the BSoD (Blue Screen of Death), which is an annoying blue screen that shows a specific stop. It appears when there is a Kernel Security Check Failure due to various reasons.  Many users experience this blue screen after upgrading to Windows 10, and it can occur… Read More »

SFTP Commands in Linux

SFTP is also known as Secure File Transfer Protocol that offers you a secured file transfer facility based on the FTP (File Transfer Protocol). Earlier, all the transfers were done via unencrypted and insecure FTP. That is why we need a secure way to transfer all the files and develop the SFTP process. SFTP works on the SSH… Read More »

How to Install Docker on Linux?

Docker is an emerging technology that is gaining popularity around the world. It is a containerization platform that helps you to build and deploy container-based applications on different platforms. With Docker, you can easily break down the complex applications into microservices stored within a container. You can deploy these containers on various platforms without worrying about the underlying… Read More »