Random Word Generator

Sometimes a Linux user can be in need of a random word generator. Random words can be used to set a new password or simply to create a bunch of randomly named directories. If you need a single word, the easiest way is to visit an online Random Word Generator website. However, if you need to generate more words or automate your task, the Linux Bash shell can be a handy friend.

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How to manage Bash history

BASH (Bourne Again SHell) is the default shell in practically all Linux-based operating systems. All the commands we write in the terminal are interpreted by the shell, and become part of its history. In this tutorial we see where the shell history is saved, and how to manage it using the “history” built-in command and some environment variables.

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Nohup command in Linux with Examples

The nohup command in Linux is used to tell a process to ignore any SIGHUP (hangup) signals that it receives. The SIGHUP signal is sent to a background job whenever the current terminal is closed. Thus, we can have a job in the background, close the terminal, and still see it running in the background.

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