Unzip Multiple Files from Linux Command Line

1 year ago
Here’s a quick tip that will help you work with multiple zip files on the command line. If you are in a folder and have three zip files in it (a.zip, b.zip, c.zip) that you want to unzip, “no problem,” you think. “I can take care of that with one command.” And you quickly run the following: ...

Important Shortcuts For Linux Beginners

4 years ago
Ctrl + Alt + F1 You would already know that Linux can support various terminals. This command helps you move to the first terminal from wherever you are. Ctrl + Alt + Fn (n=1..6) In the standard setup, Linux can support a total of 6 terminals. This command lets you move to the terminal of ...

Top 15 Examples of Practical Grep Commands In Linu

4 years ago
Here we present on-going 15 Examples series, where 15 detailed examples will be offered for a particular command or functionality. The current article describes 15 practical examples of Linux grep command that will be useful to both newbies as well as experts. EFYTImes.com explores how you ...