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Get help on Linux history command.

 

   Linux history command is use to display command history list or manipulate the command history list on Linux system.  The Linux history command is one of bash shell built in command.  The command below show how to get get help on Linux history command, this help show information on how to use the Linux history command, the history command options and the arguments that can be use with Linux history command.

 

Get Linux history command help

 

  Execute help command and the name of Linux command that we want the help file, the example below we execute help command to get help for history command.

 

history linux command


enable

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Get help on Linux enable command help.

 


cd

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Linux cd command help.

 

   Linux cd command is use to change directory (go from one directory to another directory) on Linux system.  The Linux cd command is one of bash built in command.  The command below show how to get Linux cd command help, this help show information on how to use the Linux cd command, the cd command options and the arguments that can be use with Linux cd command.

 


pwd

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Linux pwd command help.

 

   Linux pwd command is use to print current working directory.  The Linux pwd command is one of bash built in command.  The command below show how to get Linux pwd command help, this help show information on how to use the Linux pwd command, the command options and the arguments that can be use with Linux pwd command.

 

Get Linux pwd command help

 


Check Network Card Driver on Linux Fedora using ethtool

 

Check Network Card Driver on Linux Fedora using ethtool.

 

   How to check network card driver on Linux Fedora system?  the example below show the step by step command execution to check network card driver on my Linux Fedora system.  The step by step command execution below show the out put from ethtool command that show the network card driver name... and the second command execute on the example below, the modinfo command show the detail about network card driver module that loaded..

 


Check IP Address on Linux Fedora using ifconfig command

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Check IP Address on Linux Fedora using ifconfig command.

 

   The example below show how to check IP Address on Linux Fedora using ifconfig command.  The ifconfig command with -a option show all network interface information, even if the network interface is down.  To check IP Address on Linux Fedora machine just execute ifconfig -a command and locate your IP Address  that label inet addr: as show on command example below

 

 


View text file content on Linux

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View text file content on Linux Fedora using cat command.

 

   The command example below show how to view text file content on Linux Fedora using cat command.  The cat command, concatenate files and print on the standard output, in our example we display the text file content to the monitor screen.


Create Directory on Linux Fedora using mkdir command

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Create Directory on Linux Fedora using mkdir command.

 

   The command example below show how to create directory on Linux Fedora system, the mkdir command can be use on other Linux operating system to create directory.  The step by step example below start with create directory using "learn-create-directory" as an directory name in our example.  The command example below create new directory on your current working directory, and then using the ls command to verify that you create the directory on your system.

 


How to clear command history using Linux history command

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How to clear command history using Linux history command.

 


View Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Directory Tree using tree command

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View Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Directory Tree using tree command.

 


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