Category: Linux Commands

Prevent Files And Folders From Accidental Deletion Or Modification In Linux

Prevent Files And Folders From Accidental Deletion Or Modification In Linux

Some times, I accidentally “SHIFT+DELETE” my data. Yes, I am an idiot who don’t double check what I am exactly going to delete. And, I am too dumb or lazy to backup the data. Result?...

Transfer Large Files Over Network In Linux

How To Quickly Transfer Large Files Over Network In Linux And Unix

Today, I had to reinstall my Ubuntu server that I use often to test different applications. My Ubuntu server has over 200 GB data, and I don’t want to lose it. I can transfer those...

Monitor WiFi Connection

How To Monitor WiFi Connection From Command Line In Linux

I bought a new Netgear wireless router last week. I was wondering if there is any utility to monitor wifi connection. After a bit of search on Google, I found a feasible solution that worked...

Find Dependencies For A Particular Package

How To Find Dependencies For A Particular Package In CentOS

This tutorial explains how to find which package requires a certain dependency in CentOS, RHEL, Fedora and scientific Linux. You might ask why we need to find the dependencies. There could be many reasons. If...

Copy A File To Multiple Directories

How To Copy A File To Multiple Directories In Command Line On Linux

The other day I wanted to copy a movie to two different folders in my Arch Linux desktop. As you already know, We can easily do it by right-clicking on the movie file, select Copy...