How to Install Arch Linux [Step by Step Guide]

How to Install Arch Linux
In this article, we will learn about how to install arch Linux. Arch Linux is a general-purpose rolling-release Linux distribution that is very popular among DIY enthusiasts and hardcore Linux users. Installing Arch Linux can be a bit challenging for beginners, but it is a rewarding experience as it allows users to build a highly ...
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Top 6 Terminal Emulators for Linux

Terminal Emulators for Linux
In this article, we will learn about 6 top terminal emulators in Linux. Linux is a command-line-driven operating system that uses a terminal interface for interacting with the system. A terminal emulator is a program that provides a graphical interface to the terminal, allowing users to type in commands and view their output in a ...
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How to Install Nano Text Editor in Linux

Install Nano Text Editor in Linux
In this guide, we will learn about how to install the nano text editor on Linux.  We will use Ubuntu in this tutorial. Nano is a small and friendly text editor. Besides basic text editing, nano offers many extra features like an interactive search and replace, go-to line and column number, auto-indentation, feature toggles, internationalization ...
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Whoami command in Linux

In this article, we will learn about how to find your username using the whoami command in Linux. As its name suggests, the whoami command prints the user name of the effective user ID. In other words, it displays the name of the currently logged-in user. whoami Command in Linux The syntax for the whoamicommand ...
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PWD Command in Linux (Current Working Directory)

In this article, we will learn about how to determine your current working directory using the  pwd command. How to use pwd command in Linux. What is the Current Working Directory The current working directory is where the user currently working that directory is currently working directory. Each time you open the terminal, you are ...
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Su Command in Linux (Switch User)

In this article, we will learn about the su command in Linux. su (short for substitute or switch user) utility that allows you to run commands with another user’s privileges, by default the root user. Using  su  is the simplest way to switch to the administrative account in the current login session. This is especially ...
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How to Create a File in Linux

In this article, we will learn how to create a new file in Linux on a regular basis. You can create a new file either from the command line or from the desktop file manager. What you’ll learn How to create a file in Linux Some basic about nano What you’ll need Ubuntu Desktop Sudo-privileged ...
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Linux File Hierarchy Structure

In Linux important aspect is the Linux File Hierarchy Structure. Everything in Linux is either a file or a directory. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FSH) is the way that these files and directories are structured. More importantly, though is how they are structured. Looks intimidating at first glance but when you realize that there is ...
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