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How to verify if user account exists in Linux/Unix?

By | November 12th, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Introduction In this article our objective is to verify if user account exists in Redhat enterprise Linux machine running with the Operating system version 6.5. Process Step 1: Login to server with Username and password. Step 2: Run following command to find the user details. Syntax: $ cat /etc/passwd | grep <username> Step 3: Following [...]

Delete Files Older than x Days on Linux

By | February 24th, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Objective: To find the files which are older than X days in Linux Operating system. In this scenario, X is represented in hours. If you wish to delete the files older than 2 days, then X value should be 48. Process: Step 1: SSH to the server. Step 2: Identify the target directory. eg: /u01/wiki/temp/ [...]

Unix Admin Interview Questions

By | May 1st, 2013|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

How do you list the files in an UNIX directory while also showing hidden files? How do you execute a UNIX command in the background? What UNIX command will control the default file permissions when files are created? Explain the read, write, and execute permissions on a UNIX directory. What is the difference between a [...]

Unix Shell Scripts – Example 1

By | April 4th, 2013|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX, Unix Scripting|

Write a shell script sum.sh that takes an unspecified number of command line arguments (up to 9) of ints and finds their sum. Modify the code to add a number to the sum only if the number is greater than 10 Ans: #! /bin/sh sum=0 for var in "$@" do [crayon-59744860415b0022008305/] [crayon-59744860415bf992464247/] [crayon-59744860415c8117390809/] % sh [...]

Linux Vs Unix

By | April 2nd, 2013|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Linux Unix Linux is an example of Open Source software development and Free Operating System (OS). Unix is an operating system that is very popular in universities, companies, big enterprises etc. Cost: Linux can be freely distributed, downloaded freely, distributed through magazines, Books etc. There are priced versions for Linux also, but they are normally [...]