Linux Chown Command
In Linux, all files are associated with an owner and a group. The chown command is used to change the user and group ownership of a given file, directory or link. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the chown command through simple examples
Bash while Loop
Loops are one of the fundamental concepts of programming languages. Loops are handy, if you want to run series of commands over and over again, until a condition situation is reached. This tutorial explains the basics of while loops in Bash as well as the break and continue statements to alter the flow of a loop.
How to Use Linux SFTP Command to Transfer Files
SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a secure file protocol used to access, manage and transfer files over an encrypted SSH transport. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the Linux `sftp` command.
Linux Tail Command
The tail command displays the last part of one or more files or piped data. It can be also used to monitor the file changes in real time. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the Linux tail command through practical examples and detailed explanations of the most common tail options.