If you have used your fresh Ubuntu install for longer than half an hour, chances are that you've discovered the sudo command already.sudo allows certain users to execute a command under another user's privileges. Most commonly, using sudo implies … [Continue reading] about Ubuntu: Using Sudo to Grant User Privileges
Starting with RHEL4, the system only accepts local (socket-based) X11 server connections. This means that if you go to another Unix server and try forwarding X11 output by using DISPLAY variable to point to your RHEL4 box, it will no longer work. … [Continue reading] about Allow Incoming TCP Connections for X11 on a RedHat (RHEL4) System
Different UNIX-like operating systems store information about their release versions differently. If you know what OS you have, but not sure about the version, then here's how you can find out: RedHat Linux bash-3.1$ cat /etc/redhat-release Red … [Continue reading] about How To: Find Out the Release Version of Your UNIX
H, and welcome to UNIX Tutorial - a future hub for all sorts of useful information on various UNIX systems.The project is about to be launched by the end of August, so stay tuned! If you have any ideas/suggestions - please don't hesitate to … [Continue reading] about Welcome!