Introduction to top command top program provides a dynamic real-time view of processes running in the Linux system. It also displays the system summary information and processes or threads currently managed by the Linux kernel.
Introduction to rsync command rsync is a fast and versatile tool in Linux for copying files. It allows you to copy and synchronize files and directories locally and remotely. It does not copy files between
Introduction to dmidecode command dmidecode is a tool that reads the data from the DMI table and prints it in a human-readable format. dmidecode is also called Desktop Management Interface table decoder. The DMI table
Introduction to apt command apt (Advanced Package Tool) is a package management tool in Debian-based Linux systems. You can use apt command to install, update, remove, or query packages and their dependencies. APT was ported
Introduction to dpkg dpkg is a package management tool to install, build, remove, query and manage packages in Debian-based systems. The primary front-end for dpkg is aptitude. dpkg only works with .deb package files, so
Introduction to rpm command RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) is an open-source package management tool in RHEL based systems such as RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora. You can install, update, remove, or verify RPM packages with
Introduction to DNF command DNF (Dandified Yum) is a package manager tool in RPM-based Linux distributions such as RHEL, CentOS, Rocky Linux, OEL and Fedora. It can install, update, or remove the software packages on
Introduction to yum command yum (Yellowdog Updater Modified) is a tool in an RPM-based Linux system for managing the packages. It can install, update and remove packages on the system. It also provides information about