The pydf command displays the amount of used and available space on your file systems, just like df command, but in colors. The output format is completely customizable.
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- WordPress: Disable Post Revisions / Turn Off Revisions
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- HowTo: Install firefox-13.0.tar.bz2 in Linux
- Unix Copy Command Examples [ cp command ]
- CentOS / RHEL CacheFS: Speed Up Network File System (NFS) File Access
- Linux / Unix: Generate A MD5 String
- Open Gnome Nautilus File Manager For The Current Linux / Unix Command Line
- FreeBSD: Install zsh Shell
- Debian Linux: Install Virtualbox Virtualization Software
- WordPress: Change Author ID / Attribution On All Posts In a Single Pass
- Linux / Unix: Bash Shell See All Exported Variables and Functions
- Mount CD-ROM / DVD in HP-UX Unix
- Ubuntu Linux: Add a User To Group
- CentOS / RHEL: Disable or Enable SELinux Policy Modules
- HowTo: Open a Tar.gz File In Linux / Unix
- Linux / Unix: Find Inode Of a File Command
- HowTo: Unix / Linux Remove (Delete) OpenSSH Server
- Unix / Linux: grep Word Count Command
- HowTo: Change Password of Specific User Account In Linux
- Linux: HowTo Check User Password Expiration Date and Time
- Unix HowTo: Start / Stop / Restart Network Service Command
- Linux Reboot Command Example
- Apple OS X: Remove a Symbolic Link (Symlink) Command
- Linux / Unix Command To Find Out NFS Clients Connected To My NFS Server
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An bash alias is nothing but the shortcut to commands. The alias command allows the user to launch any command or group of commands (including options and filenames) by entering a single word. Use alias command to display a list of all defined aliases. You can add user-defined aliases to ~/.bashrc file. You can cut down typing time with these aliases, work smartly, and increase productivity at the command prompt.
Media Access Control (MAC) address is a unique identifier attached to most networking devices (such as router, Ethernet cards, servers, nas devices, switches and so on).
This blog posts demonstrates how to get the Media Access Control (MAC) address for an ethernet adapter under Linux, Unix, Apple OS X, and *BSD operating systems using command line options.
Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) is a modular computer printing system for Apple OS X, Linux and UNIX like operating systems. It allows Linux computer to act as a printer server. As a server it accepts printing requests from all client computer and send them to actual printer. It does printing accounting and other important stuff.