Tag Archives: Command Line

PC

How to Access SSH Command Line in Windows 

SSH, or more accurately, Secure Shell is network protocol which provides a set of rules for a secure communications between two computers connected by a medium prone to outside threats. In this tutorial we will guide you on how to access windows SSH command line. In windows there is no built-in utility for SSH, so we are going to use the open ssh application. You can download the application for free from openssh.org.


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PC

How to Access SSH Command Line in Windows

SSH, or more accurately, Secure Shell is network protocol which provides a set of rules for a secure communications between two computers connected by a medium prone to outside threats. In this tutorial we will guide you on how to access Windows SSH command line. In windows there is no built-in utility for SSH, so we are going to use the open ssh application. You can download the application for free from openssh.org.


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Web

How to Start Apache from Command Line

In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to start apache from command line. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to check whether the apache service is working or not. Furthermore, we will teach you how to work with apache in the command line, how to make changes to the httpd configuration file, etc.


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How to Send eMail from the Linux Command Line

In this tutorial, we will teach you how to send email from the Linux command line. This tutorial will walk you through from initially setting up the configuration file for email purposes to eventually viewing the email in the inbox. In Linux, you can send email from the command line.


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How to Find Linux Command Line

In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to find the Linux Command Line application.
In ubuntu, the command line application is called the terminal. It’s like the command prompt in windows, a simple text interface through which you can operate your computer, just by using different commands. In other words, it is Linux’s version of command line.


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