Category: Linux

Helpful bash aliases for any Unix/Linux user

Aliases can be very helpful for any linux user, and after writing my last post “How to create custom command in Unix/Linux” I want to share these helpful bash aliases for any unix/linux user. List in long format alias ll=’ls -l’ Clear the screen alias c=’clear’ Clear the history and screen alias hcl=’history -c; clear’ …

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How to create custom commands in Unix/Linux

Few days ago one of my friend told me that the work on linux is so difficult, because he didn’t remember the complex commands of linux and every time when he want to do some debugging on their linux server he always need to google some commands first, so I’ve decided to write this post¬†“How …

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How to use vimdiff as SVN DIFF tool

Hi, in this post I am going to explain how to configure your svn-client to use vimdiff as default SVN diff tool. when I work on my Linux machine, and I try to view changes done on a file before committing to SVN, I use SVN DIFF command to compare my changes. it works cool …

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