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Category: Docker


Recover Deleted Data on a Linux System

This article covers the recovery methods of deleted data in Ubuntu (Linux OS). Data loss is a major problem that causes a lot of stress but there are many recovery tools that help to recover lost data. 


Merge Data in Linux - How to do it ?

This article covers the different ways to merge data on Ubuntu using cat, sed, and merge command and for loop.


Display Data from a Text File in Ubuntu Linux

This article covers the different ways of extracting the text from text files and displaying them on the terminal like displaying data from a text file using cat, nl, less, more, head, tail, and misc. In fact, Text files are files that are used to store information. We need to configure text files daily, for this we want to display the content of text files.


Create a Meeting in Microsoft Teams - Step by step guide ?

This article covers how you can create or schedule a meeting using Microsoft Teams. In fact, Microsoft Team is a great communication tool you can use to chat, share files, and have audio and video meetings with your team.


To schedule a meeting in Microsoft Teams:

  • In the Teams chat, click on the Schedule a meeting icon (under the box for the new message.)
  • Then, select Calendar, which is on the left side panel, and then click on New meeting.
  • A pop-up window will appear. You can select the time and date for the meeting.
  • When done with scheduling, click Save. After that, the pop-up window will close, and you can send the meeting invitations using Outlook.


'kubectl get' Command - Explained with Examples

This article covers kubectl Commands with Examples. In fact, Kubectl is a set of commands for controlling Kubernetes clusters. Every Kubernetes command has an API endpoint, and kubectl’s primary purpose is to carry out HTTP requests to the API.

While it is possible to issue HTTP requests yourself (e.g., using curl), kubectl is designed to make this process more comfortable and straightforward.


How to delete Resources using kubectl command ?

To remove resources from a file or stdin, use the kubectl delete command.

1. Remove a pod using the name and type listed in pod.yaml:

$ kubectl delete -f pod.yaml

2. Remove all pods and services with a specific label:

$ kubectl delete pods,services -l [label-key]=[label-value]

3. Remove all pods (including uninitialized pods):

$ kubectl delete pods --all


Run .sh File Commands All in Once in Linux

This article covers how to run sh files using the terminal as well as using the command line or terminal. In fact, the .sh file is nothing but the shell script to install given application or to perform other tasks under Linux like operating systems.


How do I run .sh file shell script in Linux?

The procedure to run the .sh file shell script on Linux is as follows:

  • Open the Terminal application on Linux or Unix.
  • Create a new script file with .sh extension using a text editor.
  • Write the script file using nano script-name-here.sh.
  • Set execute permission on your script using chmod command : chmod +x script-name-here.sh .
  • To run your script : ./script-name-here.sh
  • Another option is as follows to execute shell script: $ sh script-name-here.sh OR bash script-name-here.sh .