Linux Distributions

Other operating systems like Microsoft combine each bit of codes internally and release it as a single package. You have to choose from one of the version they offer. But Linux is different from them. Different parts of Linux are developed by different organizations. The kernel, shell tools, X server, system environment, graphical applications, etc….

Linux Bash

Bash (Bourne Again Shell) is the free and enhanced version of the Bourne shell distributed with Linux and GNU operating systems. Bash is similar to the original, but has added features such as command-line editing. Created to improve on the earlier Bourne shell (named sh), Bash includes features from the Korn shell and the C shell. Bash is intended to conform to the…

Linux Features

In this post, let’s learn some of the features of the Linux operating system. Linux is virtually found and used everywhere. Developers run the code on Linux boxes. Most of the production servers run on Linux machines. Testers run the tests and the DevOps team deploys the application on Linux machines/VMs etc. As we can…

What is Linux

We are all familiar with the most widely used operating system, ‘Windows.’ Because of the popular use of Microsoft Windows, the terms “Windows” and “Operating system” are frequently interchanged. We won’t be talking about Windows today; instead, we’ll be talking about the LINUX Operating System. Yes, LINUX is an operating system with the same features…

The History of Linux

Linux turned 30 in 2021. The first Linux kernel was made public on September 17, 1991. So what exactly is Linux? Linux is a community of open-source operating systems that are developed on top of the Linux kernel. Linux comes packaged within Linux distributions. What about Linux distributions? Linux distributions, or fondly called distro, are…

Linux Tips and Tricks

Linux terminal can seem quite overwhelming for new users and even for experienced users without the knowledge of Linux tips & tricks. Linux is a very flexible operating system.However, remembering all of the instructions and how to use them is challenging. With these excellent tips, you’ll be able to utilize Linux like a pro in no time! This list of tips includes useful commands and clever hacks that are easy to forget if not committed to memory. We’ll teach you a few of these Linux tips and tricks in…