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How To Use ‘screen’: The Complete Linux Command Guide

How To Use ‘screen’: The Complete Linux Command Guide

There are many tools in Linux, some useful and others fundamental in our day-to-day life. Screen is one of those tools that facilitates our daily work and increases productivity. screen is a terminal multiplexer, which allows the execution of multiple terminals on the same computer, with virtual terminals allowing to run different tasks without interrupting…

Headless Ubuntu Server Installation: A Comprehensive Guide

Headless Ubuntu Server Installation: A Comprehensive Guide

Setting up a Linux server when you don’t have a monitor has been tricky, and in some cases, impossible. This is now a thing of the past with Ubuntu Server’s new headless installation feature. Let me explain the process. Ubuntu Server’s headless installation can be done using the autoinstall configuration file. The file contains essential…

How To Use Kill: The Complete Linux Command Guide

How To Use Kill: The Complete Linux Command Guide

The “kill” command on Linux is a powerful tool that terminates processes running on your system. You’ll generally use it to stop a misbehaving application or to manage system resources efficiently. I’ve summarized the main options in this article. The “kill” command allows users to terminate, interrupt, pause, or resume processes by specifying the process…