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6 Useful Linux Command Line Tools for System Administrators

The command line is seriously powerful. With it users can execute powerful actions on computers and even servers in quick succession without the need to fuss with heavy GUI tools, and even invoke automated scripts that can do massive amounts of actions at once. This is especially useful when it comes to doing serious system administration.... This story continues at Make Tech Easier The post 6 Useful Linux Command Line Tools for System Administrators appeared first on Make Tech Easier.
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