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The Linux cat command

Friends today I am going to teach you about the Linux cat command. This command is quite simple to learn but quite...

The Linux head command

Hi, folks. We're still exploring the terminal and this time we're going to focus on the Linux head command. So let's go for it. If...

Synchronous data Using rsync Command in Linux

Introduction Rsync, remote synchronize is known as a remote synchronization function of the software,...

The Linux systemctl command

In many of our tutorials we have to manage services but what are these services? How are they handled? Well, basically they can be...

Linux Nmap network scanning tool installation and use

This paper introduces the installation and use of the Nmap network scanning tool under centos. NMAP is a popular...

Use the ss to display more socket connection information in Linux

Ss is an abbreviation for Socket Statistics. As the name suggests, the ss command can be used...

How to use CURL command on Linux?

On our site, there are many tutorials that have helped you learn about Linux, but in them, there is a very particular command called...

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In this post, we will show you how to install Apache Maven on OpenSUSE 15.2 / 15.1. To manage projects done in Java, there is...