Happy new year 2021 from BHLLinux

 


2020 year was a very challenging year for us all. With all the things that have happened lately and Covid19 catastrophe that is still running all across the globe, we have eventually reach the end of 2020. Regarding the BHLLinux, my website is now running almost a year. To celebrate that event and to close this 2020 year, here are top 5 most visited article on the website. 

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How to update tar archive in Linux?

 


In recent article I have written on 10 useful and practical tar command examples in Linux. But, in this article I'm going to show you how you can update tar archive by adding new files to it? 

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10 Tar command examples in Linux

 


The tar command stands for tape archive and it is used for backup purpose. It is very useful command that one need to know when it comes to personal data and so on. In this article, check out this 10 very useful and practical tar command examples.

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How to change current host name in Linux?

 


Host name is simply your computer's name that is usually set upon installation of Linux distribution. Maybe for some reason, you want to change that name. If that is so, in this article I'm going to show you how?

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Zorin OS 15.3 Core review



Zorin OS is one very amazing Linux distribution available. It is packed with lots of features, applications for daily use and others things as well. Most notable, this a Linux distribution for those who are willing to begin their journey into the Linux world. In this article, check out this brief Zorin OS 15.3 Core review. 

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How to make bootable USB via dd in Linux?

 


Recently I came up to a dd command in my Udemy Linux LPIC-1 course. It's a very useful command which you can use to make a full back-up of your partition, copy data, partitions and much more. But, in this article I'm going to show you practical side of dd command and how you can use it to make a bootable USB installation of your favorite Linux distro?

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Linux LPIC-1 Preparation report 1

 


It's been almost two months since I'm enrolled in my Udemy Linux LPIC-1 Certification Exam 101-102. I have dedicated my self so hard to Linux LPIC-1 preparation and in this article, check out my preparation report where did I come so far and what did I learn. 

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CompTIA Linux - System architecture Questions and Answers

 


It's been two months now since I'm enrolled in my Udemy Linux LPIC-1 Certification Exam 101-102. Couple days ago, I have found great CompTIA Linux LPIC1 Practice Exams book, where I have tested my knowledge from System architecture, and I must say that I have answered more than 35 questions on my own, without the need to look for answer on-line. In this article, check out these 48 Linux system architecture questions and answers. 

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How to make a archive using cpio command?

 


The cpio command is a very useful command when it comes to archiving. It works the same as tar command, but it is way better than tar command. In this short article, check out how you can make a archive using cpio command. 

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30 GNU/Linux questions and answers | PART 1

 


In this article I have compiled 30 GNU/Linux questions and answers from my ongoing Udemy Linux LPIC-1 Certification Exam 101-102, which I'm enrolled now for over two months. Questions covered in here will include terminal screen shoot from each question involving command. If case you notice certain technical error regarding the questions and answers, feel free to comment in sections down bellow and I will fix the error.

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How to keep file attributes during copy in Linux?

 


Every time you create a new file, it has several attributes that are automatically dedicated to this file, such as owner, group, permissions, time and date of creation. When you copy the file without any option, those attributes are not copy. But there is a way that you can keep the file attributes during a copy. In this article, you can find out just how?

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How to change file owner and group in Linux?


 

Linux has numerous way on which you can manage file owners and their groups. Every single time you create a new file, it is assigned on to default user account on your machine. In this article, check how you can change file owner and group in Linux using chown command?

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How to permanently add directory to PATH in Linux?

 


The PATH is very important environment variable and knowing how to work with it, can be very useful. In this article, I'm going to demonstrate how to add your directory permanently into PATH. 

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Several grep command examples in Linux

 


Grep command is one very useful command in Linux. It allows you to search for a specific pattern trough dozens of files or directories. Alongside with pipe (|), it can become very handy when it comes for specific task or need to display searched terms and etc. In this article, check out this several grep command samples.

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