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Removing EXIF Data From Images and Photos in Linux

How to read and then remove all EXIF metadata from your images and photos, using Linux command line utility, named ExifTool.

HowTo : Create USER with ROOT Privileges in Linux

From this article you'll learn how to create a user with root privileges or grant root permissions to an existing user by setting User and Group IDs.

I'll also explain how to delete a user with root privileges (with UID 0 in particular).

HowTo : Disable SELinux

SELinux is an access control tool that is installed and activated by default in such Linux distributions like RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), CentOS and Fedora.

If you've setup a new system, or installed some new application and it is not working, then you have to check SELinux, because it may be the cause of the problem.

In this article you'll learn how to check the current status of SELinux, how to disable or enable SELinux temporarily or permanently.

HowTo : Find Out Top Processes By Memory Usage In Linux

How do i find out top processes by memory (RAM and swap) usage from the Linux command line.

HowTo : Extract Archives [tar|gz|bz2|rar|zip|7z|tbz2|tgz|Z]

A small note about how to unpack and uncompress the most popular types of archives from the Linux command line.

HowTo : Extract (untar) [tar], [tar.gz] and [tar.bz2] Files

The following article will help you to extract (unpack) and uncompress (untar) [tar], [tar.gz] and [tar.bz2] files from the Linux command line.

You will also learn how to list the contents of an archive without unpacking it, and how to extract only a single file or a single directory.

7 Tips - Tuning Command Line History in Bash

7 Tips, that can help you to improve you Bash history file.

You will learn how to add date and time to bash history file, increase history size, ignore specific commands and much more ...

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