8 Who command practical examples

The who command is one of the first command we use when troubleshooting common Linux related issues to make sure how many users are logged in and what they are doing. In this post we will see on how to use this command

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How to list partition labels in Linux

This is a small post on how we can view list of assigned labels for partitions in Linux OS. We some times assign meaningful labels to partitions so that we can name them in /etc/fstab file for readability. For example most of

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List installed packages in Redhat/Centos/Fedore

This is a small how to on listing installed software in Redhat/Centos/Fedora Linux OS. We already written a post on how to get installed package details for Ubuntu machines. Some times we require to list software which are already installed so that we will

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How to add new user in Linux with adduser cmd?

This is a small “how-to” on adding users in Linux. As Linux is multi-user supporting operating system, we can add multiple users. Linux administrators/superuser can create new user accounts in Linux. This can be accomplished by executing adduser command from terminal. This command will

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