To output text on the shell on Linux, you can use the echo command. An Example: echo “text you want to output” Everything you put in quotes or double quotes will show up on the screen.
Debian and Linux are becoming more and more popular for software developers as an open-source and free operating system. In this article we will explain how to write, compile and run a simple C program in Debian. This will serve
In order to fix problems with slow connections that lead to poor Internet access, we first want to check the Internet speed on our system. E.g. when you have switched to a new internet connection and want to make sure
The CAT command under Linux is not only useful for creating text files and displaying their contents, but also for merging text from two or more text files. The merged text can then be stored in another text file. In
A zombie process is a type of process that has been completed, but whose entry still remains in the process table due to lack of communication between the child and parent process. The small program developed in this tutorial can
Copying a file in a Linux OS is straightforward whether using the command line or the graphical way. However, some users prefer command line for performing nearly all tasks. Command-line not only offers the easy but quicker way of performing
The computer name or the hostname of a system is used to identify it on the network. You are asked to set a computer name or hostname when you install your OS and it must be unique to avoid conflicts.
In this article, we will explain how to set timers, alarms, and stopwatches on your Debian system. We will explain the following two ways to do so: Through the UI using the Gnome Clocks tool Through the command line using
Sometimes we have to hide our data to protect it from third-party access to the system. However, one way to achieve this is through encryption. But today we are going to talk about another method, namely steganography, which makes it
The majority of Linux administrators and some of the regular Linux users prefer to use the command line to perform daily operations. However, you may find it tedious to open the terminal over and over again. In this case, we