How to Check System Logs on Linux?

The system logs show the timeline and details of the program’s events, which are very helpful for tracking the changes in the system. For example, the apt log files contain the information for the packages in the default apt repository. The log files show the program’s events, such as updates, upgrades, installation, and removal details […]

Linux exec Command Explained With Examples

The exec command in Linux is used to execute the Shell command, without creating any new process instead uses the currently running process to execute any command.  For instance, we run a command with the exec command from the terminal, where that command will use the terminal process rather than creating a new process. The […]

Top 10 Best Media Server Software for Linux

Media servers are the packages on Linux that are used to stream media files over the entire network. The users connected to the media servers can access all the media files stored in the media server. In Linux, there are a variety of media servers that can be installed and used on Linux distributions.  In […]

RPM Command in Linux | Explained

RPM package is a free command-line utility to operate Linux-based operating systems. It works under GPL General Public License and with the .rpm  files containing all the RPM packages’ information. RPM package contains the archive of files having other information about dependencies and installation of the .rpm files. RPM package manager is used for installing, […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Linux Process and Thread

Linux operating system is a command line utility to execute commands. When a user inputs a command, a program is initiated that runs several processes to execute that command. To work with the command line operating system, you must know how the Linux processes and threads are created and how they perform a task. This […]