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Alternatives To Commonly Used Linux Commands

Common Linux Commands

In my opinion, one of the best things about Unix/Linux, is there’s typically always more than one correct way to do something. Sometimes, some ways are better than others, or quicker or more efficient or reliable, but it’s common to ...

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A better nslookup

If you’re a Systems Administrator, and you use a Mac or any flavor of Linux/Unix for your workstation, chances are you have used the nslookup command, typically located at /usr/bin/nslookup. It’s a fairly simple command, used to resolve a hostname to ...

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