The chmod command is used to change Linux Directory Permissions and Linux Files and File Permissions.

Package and RPM Tricks#

File Size Tricks#

bashrc and profile#


Usefull Commands for Edirectory#

Some Commands for Edirectory when running on Linux or UNIX

SUSE Specific#

Some examples that are SUSE Specific.

Solaris OS Tips#

Display Lines without comment lines starting with a special symbol#

Let's say that your comment lines start with the symbol #. You have a handy one-liner for sed that will get rid of them:
    sed '/^\#/d' /etc/pamd.conf 

Linux Boot Process#

We hate how difficult it is to understand the Linux Boot Process

SSH CommandLine Tips#

More Information#

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