The ps command is useful for taking a look at the processes that are running on your Linux system. In this video, I’ll show you the basics of the ps command, and some variations you can use to show the output in different ways.
The number of command combinations you can come up with on the Linux command-line is seemingly endless, and there are some real gems out there that you might not know about. In this video, Jay goes over some of his favorite command combos, time-saving tricks, and other various tips he wish he learned sooner. In this video, you’ll find all kinds of things to add to your command-line toolbox.
In this episode of Linux Essentials, we’ll go over data streams. Specifically, Standard Output (stdout), Standard Input (stdin), and Standard Error (stderr). We’ll also take a look at how to redirect specific data streams, so you can easily separate errors from output.
In this episode of Linux Essentials, we’ll take a look at how to send tasks to the background, and then bring them to the foreground. This helps you get the current task out of the way so you can switch to something else, without having to use multiple terminal windows.
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Aliases in Bash enable you to essentially create your own commands, or even just simplify existing ones. In this video, I’ll explain what aliases are, and I’ll show you some of my personal favorites. At the end, I’ll show you how to make your aliases persist between sessions.