A quick tip that shows how to bring a background job back to the foreground in Linux command line.
Problem scenario: You want to create a nested directory structure like dir1/dir2/dir3. But none of these directories exists. So, you will encounter an error like this: mkdir dir1/dir2/dir3 mkdir: cannot create directory ‘dir1/dir2/dir3′: No such file or directory This is because, by default, mkdir command cannot make nested directories if the parent directory doesn’t exist.… Read More
How to find all the files that have been created or modified in last few hours? You may find yourself in a situation when you need to find some files like log files. You know that there are files that have been modified or created recently. You also know that those files are somewhere in… Read More