Ubuntu – Execute a PHP 5 Script From the Command Line

To execute a PHP script from the command line in Ubuntu you must have php5-cli installed. (CLI stands for “Command Line Interface”.) Once cli is installed, you can execute your script like so: Inside the script you can run other Continue reading Ubuntu – Execute a PHP 5 Script From the Command Line

Linux – How to schedule tasks using the ‘at’ command

Scheduling jobs is an essential part of administering Linux servers. We took a look at how to schedule jobs on Linux machine using the cron command earlier. Here’s an alternative to cron – at. The primary difference between the two Continue reading Linux – How to schedule tasks using the ‘at’ command

Linux – How To Use rsync Command To Backup Directory

rsync command easily backup your home directory to local secondary hard disk or remote server using ssh protocol. rsync is a software application for Unix systems which synchronizes files and directories from one location to another while minimizing data transfer Continue reading Linux – How To Use rsync Command To Backup Directory

Linux – Set Date and Time From a Command Prompt

Use the date command to display the current date and time or set the system date / time over ssh session. You can also run the date command from X terminal as root user. This is useful if the Linux Continue reading Linux – Set Date and Time From a Command Prompt

Linux – Network comands

This article provides a summary of the most important or frequently used commands. Please keep in mind that these tips assume you already have a configured Linux hostname and IP, with a working network card and connection. arp This short Continue reading Linux – Network comands