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5 Cool Linux Tricks To Solve Real World Problems

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You can do amazing stuff with command line. In this article, we will focus on 5 real world problems/requirements and their solutions from Linux command line prospective. We will study new tricks and usage of useful scripts and command line utilities.

1. Hidden e-mail ID trick

If you own a Unix/Linux blog and want to display your e-mail address in a way that there is no scope of it being misused by spammers then try the following trick (assuming e-mail address to be dummy@mylinuxbook.com):

First, run the following command :

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