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GNU/Linux Command – LSHAL

lshal — list Hardware Abstraction Layer(HAL) devices Summary: lshal will list the devices in the HAL database. Note: In the latest (2011) distros, the HAL is deprecated. So use the UdevAdm tool.Example:[code] $ lshal -- List all devices with all ...

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GNU/Linux Commands with Examples

Some of my old blog entries on GNU/Linux commands AKA One Day One Command are not properly indexed in the search engines. http://bharathi.posterous.com/tag/odoc

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GNU/Linux Command – BZEXE

bzexe — Compress the executable files Summary: This tool will help you to compress the executable files in place and have them automatically uncompress and execute, when you run it. It is useful, when you want to move the executable files into sy…

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GNU/Linux Command – TTYREC and TTYPLAY

ttyrec — Record the TTY session operation ttyplay — Play the recorded TTY session Summary: TTYRec will record the TTY Operation with timing informations. It can record the vi, emacs, lynx operations also. The ‘script’ will do the same with-out t…

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GNU/Linux Command – CPULIMIT

cpulimit — Set the limit to CPU Usage of a process Summary: This program will limit the CPU of a process by sending SIGSTOP and SIGCONT Signals. Example: [code] $ watch --interval 0.1 cat /proc/interrupts -- Example target. $ cpulimit -p 105 -l 6...

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GNU/Linux Command – LSHW

lshw — List all Hardwares Summary: lshw is a small tool to extract detailed information on the hardware configuration of the machine. It currently supports DMI (x86 and IA-64 only), OpenFirmware device tree (PowerPC only), PCI/AGP, CPUID (x86), I…

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GNU/Linux Command – IP (Part-6)

ip — Manipulate network device, routing and tunnels Summary: The ip is a swiss army knife command. It does many functions like assigning IP addresses to interfaces, for setting up routes and display configurations etc. Read the man page to know m…

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GNU/Linux Command – IP (Part-5)

ip — Manipulate network device, routing and tunnels Summary: The ip is a swiss army knife command. It does many functions like assigning IP addresses to interfaces, for setting up routes and display configurations etc. Read the man page to know m…

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GNU/Linux Command – IP (Part-4)

ip — Manipulate network device, routing and tunnels Summary: The ip is a swiss army knife command. It does many functions like assigning IP addresses to interfaces, for setting up routes and display configurations etc. In this part, we will see s…

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GNU/Linux Command – IP (Part-3)

ip — Manipulate network device, routing and tunnels Summary: The ip is a swiss army knife command. It does many functions like assigning IP addresses to interfaces, for setting up routes and display configurations etc. In this part, we will see s…

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