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Shred Hard Drive Or Partition In Linux And Unix

I always use shred to wipe out USB  memory sticks or memory. The shred command is a GNU tool, available in the coreutils package,  available in many Linux and Unix Systems. $ dpkg -S /usr/bin/shred coreutils: /usr/bin/shred Shred overwrites with

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How to unalias an alias

It is very usefull to know how to temporary unalias an alias. There are some cases when you really need to do that, in your Linux / Unix box. I will explain this with a practical example: I have aliased

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The Linux cp command: with practical examples

In this tutorial, I will teach you how to copy files and folders from one place to another, by using the cp command. Syntax1: cp [options] file filecopy Syntax2: cp [options] -T filecopy file  I always use the first syntax

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