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The Network World Data Center news feed is updated most days, generally with less than five new stories. Some days there are no new stories. Frequently mixed with other network news feeds.

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How to use speedtest: 2-Minute Linux Tips

Published on 7th May, 2021, 10:00 AM

In this Linux tip, learn how to use the tool called speedtest. It allows you to check the speed of your connection to your Internet provider. The tool is not installed on Linux systems by default, but is easy to find and install.

IBM moves toward consumption-based mainframe pricing

Published on 6th May, 2021, 6:57 PM

How to best set up command aliases on Linux

Published on 5th May, 2021, 11:00 AM

Used frequently, bash aliases can make working on the Linux command line a lot smoother and easier, but they can also be complicated and hard to remember. This post examines how you might make your aliases work for you rather than vice versa.

In general, aliases are especially good for:

  • simplifying commands that are long and overly complex
  • remembering commands with odd or complicated names
  • saving time using commands that you use very often

What you need to keep in mind is that:

  • aliases can themselves be hard to remember
  • giving an alias the same name as a regular command can be a good thing or a bad thing (more on this shortly)

How to create an alias

Use the alias command and remember to add it to your ~/.bashrc file so that it will still be waiting for you whenever you login.

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