Linux chmod Command

The chmod (change mode) command in Linux is used to change the access mode of a file, based on the type of user accessing the file and the type of permission associated with accessing the file. File Permissions and User Groups For understanding what the types of permissions and the types of users are, let …

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The tail command in Linux

The tail command in Linux displays the last few lines/blocks of any file, the number of lines/blocks being dependent on the options passed when using the command. Also read: The uptime Command in Linux The Linux tail command default output When no options are provided, the tail command prints the last 10 lines for all …

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