The bat command is a clone of the cat command, but with wings! This tool can be used similarly as the cat command, but it includes additional features such as syntax highlighting, line numbers, and more! In this video, you’ll see the bat command in action.
Linux Crash Course – The “watch” Command
When it comes to computing, it’s often said that the key to efficiency is to not repeat yourself. That’s true. Except for the the watch command – it’s intended use-case is to repeat a command over and over. Believe it or not, it can really come in handy. Learn all about the watch command by watching this watch tutorial.
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What is $PATH on a Linux Shell? (The Linux Crash Course Series)
Do you want to Learn Linux? The Linux Crash Course series contains video lessons on all kinds of Linux commands and concepts. In this episode, we’ll take a look at the concept of $PATH in Linux. You’ll learn what it is, why it’s helpful, and also how to customize it.
The cat Command in Linux (Featuring Real Cats) – Linux Crash Course Series
In the Linux Crash Course series, we’ll go over one important foundational Linux topic each episode. This series includes tutorials, demonstrations, and more! In this episode, Jay will go over the basics of the cat command. And best of all, this video will feature REAL CATS!
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Using nmap to scan networks (Awesome Linux Tools)
nmap is a network mapping utility that you can use to gather information regarding the nodes on your network. With nmap, you can perform port scanning, OS fingerprinting, and more! In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of using nmap.