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Install 7zip to Centos 7

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

7zip is a compression/decompression utility which can be found in Linux. In Centos 7, it is not installed by default, but you can follow these instructions to get it working within a minute.

SSH Login Without Password in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

Normal case is that every time you connect to a server by SSH, you are prompted for a password. This tutorial is about how to set up ssh key to enable passwordless automatic login.

Sort Files By Last Modification Time in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

Last modification time of content may be different than last modification time in general. For example, if file ownership or name changes, it does not affect to the content modification time. To sort by last modification time, you must use `c` option.

Change File Date in Linux With Touch

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

Linux has three different timestamps in a file: last access time, last modification time and last change time. You can edit them with Linux touch command.

See When File Was Last Accessed in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

Linux uses three timestamps in a file: last access time, last modification time and last change time. Use stat command to see details of a file.

See When File Was Last Modified in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

Linux uses three timestamps in a file: last access time, last modification time and last change time. Use stat command to see details of a file.

Sort Files By Size in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

One of the most used Linux commands is `ls` which lists files in a folder. By default, the sort is done in alphabetical order.

Sort Files By Date in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

One of the most used Linux commands is `ls` which lists files in a folder. By default, the sort is done in alphabetical order.

Count Files in Directory in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

To count files in a given directory, we can use `ls` and pipe it to `wc` which count lines of the input.

Count Files in Directory Recursively in Linux

Last updated on Dec 28, 2019 in Linux

In order to count number of files in a directory and its subdirectories, we can use `find` command with `wc -l`