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How to List Files & Directories With Size in Linux Command Line

The command du stands for Disk Uses. You can use this command to see how much disk space a file or directory is taking. In order to list size of all files and directory of the current directory. You can run: du -sh * Explanation: du: Disk Usage -s: Display a summary for each specified […]

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Ubuntu How to List All PHP Packages?

grep is a very useful command to learn no matter which linux distribution you are using. For example I wanted to list all php 7.1 available packages. I can use grep command to filter out the output and show only relevant package names. apt-cache pkgnames | grep php7.1

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How to Create Symlink via CLI in Unix – CentOS – Ubuntu – Linux

Symbolic link or symlink ( or sometime called soft link ) is a file that only exists as a reference for another file or directory. In order to create symlink via command link interface (CLI) in an Unix based system you will need to use ln command. ln -s /path/to/file /path/to/symlink ln stands for Link.

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How to Extract tar.gz file in Unix/Linux

When you are in a unix based system like Ubuntu, CentOS etc. You will need to know how you can extract a tar.gz file using command line interface (CLI) Take an example, we have a file myFile.tar.gz cd into the same directory as the file. Now run the command tar -xzf myFile.tar.gz This will create […]

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