How to Mount and unmount Filesystem / Partition in Linux [Mount/Umount unix Commands]

Mounting  A partition in Linux Once you insert new hard disks into your system, you’ll typically use utilities like fdisk or parted to create partitions. Once you create a partition, you’ll use mkfs command to create or format  ext2, ext3, Read More …

How to Update newly created partition – How to Formatting a partition with file system

Updating a partition After creating or deleting a partition the the changes will be effected in the partition table only after the restart of the system. But there is a way to avoid this circumstance. We can use partprobe or Read More …

What is the filesystem in linux ~ Unix and Linux Filesystem in detail Hierarchy system

Unix and Linux Filesystem hierarchy system Linux uses single rooted, inverted tree like file system hierarchy Have you wondered why certain programs are located under /home, /bin, or /sbin, or /usr/bin, or /usr/sbin? For example, less command is located under Read More …

How to create a new partition using fdisk unix commands in linux and unix.

MANAGING PARTITIONS What is partition? Partitioning is a means to divide a single hard drive into many logical drives. A partition is a contiguous set of block on a drive that are treated as an independent disk. A partition table Read More …

How to Change Permission of Files and Directories in Unix/Linux

Unix / Linux File and Directories Permissions: File Ownership is very important component of Unix that provide a secure method for storing files. Every File In Linux/Unix has three following attributes. Owner Permissions Group permissions Other Permissions Permissions are applied Read More …