Category Archives for "Linux Tutorials"

Linux Change Timezone, Date and Time Commands

Linux Change Timezone

When you buy CentOS/RHEL Linux VPS or dedicated server from any hosting provider the server OS will have default timezone settings set to server location. It means if you buy server in USA, your server will have USA Timezones. Let’s explore Linux change timezone, Linux date command and Linux time commands with easy examples.  You can […]

  • by Raju
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  • May 17, 2018

PuTTY – 30 Useful Putty Commands for Beginners

Usefull Putty Commands

What Is Putty?Putty is an open source SSH client used to connect to a remote server. Putty is basically a terminal for windows based operating systems. It supports several network protocols, including SCP, SSH, Telnet, rlogin, and raw socket connection. PuTTY was originally written for Microsoft Windows, but it has been ported to various other operating […]

  • by Shiva
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  • January 15, 2018

What is Web Server and Different Types of Web Servers?

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In this tutorial, you will see different types of web servers, what is a web server? How does it work? and why is it important for the web hosting servers. ​Hosting companies use different web servers considering the requirements of their clients.Is web server plays a very important role in hosting?​Web servers are core for […]

143 Basic Linux Commands with Examples

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In this article you will learn most frequently used Basic Linux Commands with examples. We tried to cover as many Linux Commands as we can.File Commands1. The following Linux Command take you to the ‘/ home’​ directorycd /home  2. This command go back one levelcd ..​​3.  This command takes you two folders ../..4. This […]

11 Linux Touch commands with Examples


The touch command can be used to modify the access/modification timestamps of files. More often it would be used to create an empty file quickly. A nice feature of touch is that, in contrast to some commands such as cp (which is used to copy files and directories) and mv (which is used to move or […]

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