SATA is the most common bus interface on desktops and on many servers, so it’s important that you know some basic concepts about it, from the always informative Wikipedia: Serial ATA (SATA) is a computer bus interface that connects host bus adapters to mass storage devices such as hard disk drives and optical drives. Serial [...]
If you are a Linux system administrator or you just wish to save a copy of your alias on the net, this is the service for you ! alias.sh is a new project that offer a simple service: allows you to manage all of your aliases online and browse the list of cool aliases submitted [...]
Mass renaming files is no possible with the standard linux command mv, but it’s possible to achieve this goal in many different ways, from some bash magic, to programs that do exactly this, in this article I’ll work with both the terminal and with graphical tools.
In a GNU/Linux system every file or folder has some access permissions. There are three types of permissions (what allowed to do with a file of any kind, directory included): (r)read access (w)write access (e)execute access There are also other “special” permissions, but for this article the basic permissions will be enough to illustrate how [...]
In the past I’ve posted an article regarding the basic usage of grep, one of the commands that I use daily at work to search a text within multiple files, or a text string in the list of running process of a Linux server, but I’ve forgot to show you a small and useful option [...]