Linux

Deleting files in Linux

Deleting files in Linux: a how-to guide

Deleting files in Linux couldn’t be easier. Whether you use the file manager or work directly in the terminal with the command ‘rm’, you can remove Linux files in just a few clicks. Keep reading to find out how to remove single files, multiple files, files of a certain type, or entire folders.

Linux shutdown command

Linux shutdown: commands for shutting down and restarting Linux

Using Linux shutdown commands, Linux operating systems can easily be stopped, shut down, and restarted. In addition to being able to set up a Linux shutdown with a time delay, the shutdown command can also be used to turn off the system’s main power supply, set up a wall message or cancel a previously initiated shutdown.

Delete a Linux directory

Remove a directory in Linux: a simple guide

Sometimes you may need to delete an entire folder rather than just individual files. If you want to remove a Linux directory, there are several ways to do it. Here are a few basic solutions that use either File Manager or Terminal. We also explain what you can do if you don’t have the necessary rights.

What is KVM?

KVM – virtualisation in the Linux kernel

Through KVM, the open-source operating system Linux provides a powerful integrated virtualisation function. This makes it possible to run one or more operating systems as guest systems on a Linux computer. Being directly integrated into the operating system’s kernel, it ensures high stability and good performance. Since this virtualisation solution is available free of charge, it’s worth checking...

What is an operating system

What is an operating system

Although we use them on a daily basis, few of us know how an operating system actually works and what this important piece of software is used for. PC, laptop, smartphone, or tablet – even some fridges are now equipped with an operating system such as Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, or one of many Linux distributions.

Docker Tools | The container platform eco system

The Docker ecosystem: the best Docker tools at a glance

Docker significantly simplified the use of software containers with its efforts at standardisation. The lean container platform is part of a growing ecosystem that provides users a wide range of application options in the realm of software deployments, orchestration of containers, and multi-container applications, as well as continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). In this guide,...

Introduction to Fedora CoreOS

Fedora CoreOS – a smart fedora for Container Linux

Fedora CoreOS is intended to make working with containers far easier. However, that is not all that the developers have promised. Fedora CoreOS is also designed to be operable standalone, update automatically, be completely secure, operate at scale, and install in under five minutes. Here we will introduce you to the direct successor to CoreOS Container Linux and go over its advantages.

Servers with storage: storage solutions for the future

Servers with SSD storage: a forward-thinking hosting strategy

SSDs have been gaining ground for years now. Until recently, these flash-based storage devices have been mostly used by mobile devices, like smartphones or MP3 players. But more recently desktops and servers have been making use of this technology. What advantages do SSDs have over traditional storage devices? Find out here.


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