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Master Verbose Mode for More Insightful Command Line Use

TLDR; Verbose mode in the CLI can be enabled by using an appropriate command-line option (e.g. v for tar). It is useful for debugging, understanding commands, and troubleshooting scripts and automation. Verbose mode is supported by many Unix commands, package managers, and build systems. It is important to understand the… Read More »Master Verbose Mode for More Insightful Command Line Use

Extract Data from Logs, CSV Files, and System Outputs With Cut Command

The Linux Cut Command is a powerful utility that enables you to extract and manipulate specific parts of text files, making it an essential tool, but also a simple way for automation. Whether you’re dealing with logs, CSV files, or system outputs, the cut command allows you to quickly and… Read More »Extract Data from Logs, CSV Files, and System Outputs With Cut Command