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Linux Commands – chown

Linux Commands - chown Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed chmod command in Linux which is used to modify a file or directory permissions. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-chmod/ In this blog post, we will discuss chown command in Linux. chown command is used to change a file or directory owner or group or both. chown command changes the file/directory owner if only owner is provided or…

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Linux Commands – chmod

Linux Commands - chmod Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed usermod command in Linux which is used to modify a user. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-usermod/ In this blog post, we will discuss chmod command in Linux. chmod command stands for change mode and is used to change file mode. chmod changes the file mode bits of each given file according to mode. Before starting with the…

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Linux Commands – usermod

Linux Commands - usermod Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed chage command in Linux which is used to update user password expiry information. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-chage/ In this blog post, we will discuss usermod command in Linux. usermod command can be used to modify a user in Linux. Using usermod command, you can change a user attribute. You need to have root or sudo privileges…

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Linux Commands – chage

Linux Commands - chage Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed passwd command in Linux which is used to add, update or delete user’s password. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-passwd/ In this blog post, we will discuss chage command in Linux. chage command is used to update user password expiry information. The chage command changes the number of days between password changes and the date of the last…

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Linux Commands – passwd

Linux Commands - passwd Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed useradd command in Linux which is used to create a new user in Linux. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-useradd/ In this blog post, we will discuss passwd command in Linux. passwd command is used to add, update, or delete the user’s password. You can update your own password using passwd command but if you want to update…

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Linux Commands – useradd

Linux Commands - useradd Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed groupmod command in Linux which is used to modify an existing group attribute. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-groupmod/ In this blog post, we will discuss useradd command in Linux. useradd command is used to create a new user in Linux. When invoked without the -D option, the useradd command creates a new user account using the values…

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Linux Commands – groupmod

Linux Commands - groupmod Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed groupadd command in Linux which is used to create a new group in Linux. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-groupadd/ In this blog post, we will discuss groupmod command in Linux. groupmod command can be used to modify an existing group attribute. The groupmod command modifies the definition of the specified GROUP by modifying the appropriate entry in…

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Linux Commands – groupadd

Linux Commands - groupadd Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed date command in Linux which is used to displays the current time in the given FORMAT, or set the system date. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-date/ In this blog post, we will discuss groupadd command in Linux. groupadd command is used to create a new group in Linux. A group represents a collection of users and is…

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Linux Commands – date

Linux Commands - date Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed wc command in Linux which is used to counts the number of bytes, characters, whitespace-separated words, and newlines in each given FILE or standard input and output the result in standard output. https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-wc/ In this blog post, we will discuss the date command in Linux. date command displays the current time in the…

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Linux Commands – wc

Linux Commands - wc Hello Everyone Welcome to CloudAffaire and this is Debjeet. In the last blog post, we have discussed watch command in Linux which is used to run a command repeatedly, displaying its output and errors (the first screenful). https://cloudaffaire.com/linux-commands-watch/ In this blog post, we will discuss wc command in Linux. wc command counts the number of bytes, characters, whitespace-separated words, and newlines in each given FILE or standard input and outputs…

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