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How to view and extract rar archive in Linux

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rar is a popular file archiving format where WinRAR is typically used to create and extract rar files in Microsoft Windows environment.

Linux users can use unrar
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How to open ISO image without burning to disc in Linux

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You can export the content of optical discs such as CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc into an image file for archival purposes. The file typically uses .iso or .img
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How to remove user from groups in Linux

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In Linux and Linux or any multi-user system, a user inherits the group's privileges that the user is a member. When a user's role in the real world changes, …
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How to force user to logout in Linux

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You might need to forcefully let logged-in users in your system log out when doing some administrative work or when a rogue or unidentified user is acting maliciously.


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How to remove existing user in Linux

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A user in the system needs to be deleted if it's no longer needed, such as when the associated person resigns from a job. If the person is only …
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How to add user to group in Linux

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Group is a way to organize users in Linux where each user needs to be assigned a primary group. Users can also be a member of multiple other groups. …
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How to record Internet radio in Linux

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There are a few ways to listen to Internet radio in Linux, and StreamTuner2 is one. It can tune to various online radios and record them via its integration …
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How to run DOS program on Linux

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A program can only run on the operating system that it is compiled for. It it because the program could rely on specific libraries or function calls.


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How to show running processes in Linux

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You can use several programs to view running processes in Linux, and they come in both graphical and command-line options.

Related: How to list processes …
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How to list processes by user and group in Linux

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ps or top are two tools commonly used to show running processes in Linux or any other Unix-based operating systems from the command line. Both tools show running processes …
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