Marco Cherisi is a Linux and Android enthusiast and lover of all things tech. Marco holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science as well as several certifications in Linux and Cyber Security. Aside from his love of technology, Marco likes to fish, cook and play soccer. He occasionally likes to disconnect and go on long hikes with his dog Arturo.
Prime Numbers, Encryption and the Linux Factor Command
The Linunx factor command allows you to factor an integer into prime factors on the command line. Learn how prime numbers are being used in encryption.
Logname Command - Print the Name of the Current User
The logname command is a simple command that prints the name of the current user on the Linux command line. It's simple output is it's strength.
Stat Command - Display File Information on the Command Line
Use the Linux stat command to display file or filesystem information on the command line. Learn to use the stat command, it's option and format it's output.
Linux Date Command - Display, Format & Set the Date on Linux
Learn how to change, set and display the date and time on the Linux command line. How to format the date and time to your needs.
Find DHCP Server IP Address on Linux Command Line
I recently received an email from a reader asking "How do I find the IP address of my DHCP server"? My initial reaction was "Hmmm, good question". That lead me to investigate the fastest way to find your DHCP server IP address from the Linux...
Traceroute - Troubleshoot Network Connections in Linux
Using the traceroute command to troubleshoot network issues on a Linux system. Learn the basics of traceroute and how to use it's options.
rmdir Command - How to Delete a Directory in Linux
How to delete a directory from the Linux command line. Learn how to delete directories and how to work around the directory not empty error message.
Screen Command - Beginners Guide to Terminal Multiplexing
Learn how to use Linux Screen to detach and reattach terminal sessions, create split screen terminal sessions and the basics of terminal multiplexing.