Ln Command in Linux (Create Symbolic Links)
A symbolic link, also known as a symlink or soft link, is a special type of file that points to another file or directory. In this guide, we will cover how to use the ln command to create symbolic links.
Grep Command in Linux (Find Text in Files)
Grep is one of the most powerful and commonly used commands in Linux. Grep searches one or more input files for lines that match a given pattern and writes each matching line to standard output.
Dig Command in Linux (DNS Lookup)
Dig is a powerful command-line tool for querying DNS name servers. With dig you can query information about various DNS records including host addresses, mail exchanges, and name servers.
Cat Command in Linux
The cat command is one of the most widely used commands in Linux. The name of the cat command comes from its functionality to concatenate files. It can read and concatenate files, writing their contents to the standard output.