Category Linux Commands

The pkill command | Explained

The pkill command is typically used to terminal or stop the processing of a certain process in a Linux-based or Unix-based operating system. However, the pkill command allows the user to send specific signals to the process based on which…

Linux CHMOD Command


In Unix-like system, which includes Linux, there are sets of rules for each file, which defines who can access that file and how they can access that file. These rules are called permissions or modes. That brings us to the…

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