Get User ID (UID) in Linux

Get User ID (UID) in Linux

In Linux system, each user is identified by unique identifier known as user ID or UID. It is used to determine which system resources the user can access. This tutorial...
Schedule Reboot Regularly in Linux

Schedule Reboot Regularly in Linux

System reboot resets all processes, free up memory, remove temporary files, etc. It can reduce system loads. This tutorial shows how to schedule reboot regularly in Linux. To reboot Linux...
Extract Tar Gz File in Linux

Extract Tar Gz File in Linux

A tar is an archive file (.tar) for storing collection of files and directories. Various algorithms can be used to compress a tar archive file. The gzip algorithm is one...
Create Tar Gz File in Linux

Create Tar Gz File in Linux

A tar is an archive file (.tar) to store collection of files and directories. A tar archive file can be compressed using various algorithms. The gzip algorithm is one of...
Count Files in Directory in Linux

Count Files in Directory in Linux

Directories can contain a lot of files. When working with filesystem, may need to determine how many files are in a given directory and subdirectories. This tutorial shows how to...