Category Archives: Linux

List all services Linux

In this short post, we will learn to use a command to list all services from Linux operating system. The command we are going to discuss here should work other operating systems like Mac and Unix. If the services are inside /etc/init.d/ then we can use the command below: If the service is a systemd unit, then they… Read More »

systemctl command not found

In this post, we will learn to solve an error systemctl: command not found. systemctl command is a utility command in Linux that is responsible for controlling the systemd system and service manager. The systemctl: command not found is a common issue we face while using Linux. When we try to run systemctl command to manage our services… Read More »

Install MongoDB BI Connector in Ubuntu

In this post, we will learn to install the MongoDB BI connector in Ubuntu. Prerequisites MongoDB installed and Running User must have role read/write if auth is enabled in MongoDB Install MySQL ODBC Driver. (It Requires)  Steps to install MongoDB BI Connector in Ubuntu 1. Download MongoDB BI Connector from the following Link https://www.mongodb.com/download-center/bi-connector Choose the version of… Read More »

How to install MySQL ODBC driver in Ubuntu

In this post, we will learn to install a MySQL ODBC driver in Ubuntu. All the steps given below are well tested in my system. Hence, it should work in your system as well. 1. Download MySQL ODBC driver https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/odbc/ 2. Extract the downloaded file like 3. Copy the files  from the bin and lib folder to destination… Read More »

Delete all directories and keep files in Linux

In this short post, we will learn to delete all the directories (folders) and keep the file as it is. This means deleting all the directories and not removing the files available in a particular location. Steps: Got to the main directory Use the command: sudo rm -r */ That’s it. Let’s say you were trying to delete… Read More »