Grep command examples and usage tips

Grep The grep command is one of the oldest tools for Linux and other platforms. Actually, it is much older than Linux, as is written by Ken Thompson more than 40 years ago. The name grep stands for “globally regular expression print”. This name comes from its predecessor ed and the specific mode in which you would globally search, using a regular expression, and print the output. The related command was “g/re/p”. Enough history, let’s dig through some grep examples, to maximize […]

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Mosh, the SSH Alternative Option for System Administration

Reasons to use Mosh instead of SSH Mosh, or mobile shell, is the ideal tool for remote system administration. While SSH is great, Mosh beats it in several areas. Let’s dive into the reasons why it makes sense to learn about Mosh. Pros Session Resumption Remember the last time your connection was interrupted? It it frustrating and sometimes even leads to losing some of your work. The stable TCP connection is not always a blessing. Mosh comes to the rescue, especially […]

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