I want to find and edit my xorg.conf file for tweaking and configure it for new settings. The problem is that I’m unable to find the file. According to my research, xorg.conf should in /etc/X11 or /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/ directory. I found directories but not the file in directories. How do I find the xorg.conf under Unix or Linux like operating systems?
ow do I delete (remove) a directory called $HOME/foo and its content including all files and sub-directories under Unix like operating systems? What is the best way to completely delete /tmp/foo/ with all it’s content?
How do I find out my UNIX server model? What is my UNIX server model?
I recently noticed that one of my UNIX servers was about 4 hours behind the correct time. I wanted to correct the date and time manually. How do I set date and/or time under UNIX operating systems using command line options?
How do I see if my friends or coworkers are logged into the same Linux or BSD or UNIX (AIX, HP-UX, Apple OS X) server / workstation as I am from a command line?
One my user leaves the office and I’d like to disable her access to our UNIX / Linux system. How do I delete ssh key from the UNIX systems so that user can not log in?