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Sudo Command in Linux/Unix

When you use the sudo command for the first time, you see the message “With great power, comes great responsibility.” And rightly so. “Sudo” is short for Superuser Do. With this command, any user who has been granted permissions has access to root-like privileges without having to actually be a superuser. Working with sudo Command …

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The man command in Linux/Unix

When you buy a new home appliance, it is accompanied by a user manual that explains the functions of the appliance. Similarly, when you download and install a new package for Linux, the user manual for the program is automatically installed in your system. The man command is what you can use to read through …

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The mkdir command in Linux

The mkdir command in Linux is used to make directories, hence the command is named mkdir. With traditional GUI systems, if you want multiple directories, you have to create one directory at a time. The mkdir is a very flexible and customizable command in this matter. Let’s look at the functionality. Using the mkdir command …

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