Commands

How to Use the nmap Command

How to Use the nmap Command

Nmap is a famously used command for scanning and maintaining the network. It helps the network administrator for securing and managing their networks.

Understanding Linux File Permissions

Understanding Linux File Permissions

As Linux is a multi-user system, it allows more than one user to have access to the system at the same time if it’s attached to a network or the internet. Remote users can login via ssh (secure shell) and operate the computer.
In such a multi-user environment, it’s necessary to ensure operational accuracy to users. So that the actions of one user could not be allowed to crash the system, nor could one user interfere with the files belonging to another user.

Linux ifconfig Command

Linux ifconfig Command

In this article we learned about the “ifconfig” command in Linux along with how to install and use it. Users can view and modify various network interfaces using it. Although it’s replaced by the “ip” command still, it’s useful due to various reasons, one of them being it’s simpler syntax.

Subscribe to Our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter and get the latest Linux news and tips
in your inbox for FREE.