Create Directory in Linux

By: Gunawan, Updated: November 22, 2022 create directory

Directory (or Folder) on linux based operating system basically can be created, moved, modified, grown, shrunk, and deleted. In most cases, software programs that are executed on the computer handle these operations, but the user of a computer can also manipulate files if necessary.

Linux Terminal Emulator

By: Gunawan, Updated: November 22, 2022 terminal emulator

Linux Terminal is often called a command prompt or shell. In the past, this was the user’s way of interacting with the computer, but Linux users found that using a shell it could execute commands much faster than the graphical way and it is still very useful today.

ZIP and UNZIP on Linux

By: Gunawan, Updated: November 22, 2022 zip unzip on linux

How to zip and unzip on linux. These programs are typically packaged in a linux distribution for supporting system includes Debian, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Arch Linux, Ubuntu and many others. You can easily execute these command line via terminal on your system.

Install zip and unzip on Linux

By: Gunawan, Updated: November 20, 2022 zip unzip

zip and unzip is ones of linux command that mostly used on Terminal. zip is used to package or compress (archive) files, while unzip is used to list, test and extract compressed files in a ZIP archive. The program is useful for packaging a set of files or directories.

Linux Basic Commands

By: Gunawan, Updated: November 20, 2022 linux commands

Linux command is a case sensitive text interface to accomplish all administrative tasks to your computer system. All the commands are run in the terminal provided by the Linux system as user interactive and outputs the results of commands which are specified by the user itself.

Install Chrome on Fedora

By: Gunawan, Updated: November 19, 2022 fedora chrome

Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google for accessing the internet. It was first released for Microsoft Windows built with free software components and was later ported to Linux including fedora