When you encounter the error message "permissions are too open" while using SSH, it means that the permissions on certain files or directories are too permissive, potentially compromising the security of your system.

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To find all files containing specific text (string) on Linux, you can use the grep command with the -r (recursive) option. The grep command searches through the file, looking for matches to the pattern specified.

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‚ÄčAssume that if you have number of files in two different directories and you want to merge or sync up the those in a single directory, you can use the options below,

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If you would like to cleaning old or no longer used files from your server or instances, using the command below able to remove the files older than number of days.

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The traceroute is a network diagnostic tool used to trace the paths that data packets take from their source point to destination point. It is used to display how the data travel from a local machine to a remote machine. Web page loading is one of the most common example of the traceroute

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We are frequently perform different operations on file systems. One of the common operations is file searching. The task is so simple but it consuming more time when our system has a large number of files. However, we can make it easy by excluding some directories from the search path.

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Here we are going to learn about to count all the lines of code in a specific directory and its subdirectories. find and wc -l commands return the number of line of codes in the directory.

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