The ls command for Linux may be used to list more than one thing at a time. These examples demonstrate this. [email protected] ~ $ ls -p /opt/ /bin/rm /bin/rm   /opt/: firefox/ [email protected] ~ $ ls -p /opt/ /bin/rm /bin/rm /opt/: firefox/ mint-flashplugin-11/ Here is a more verbose version of this command. With human readable …

Following on from my previous posting that covered setting up a MySQL database, here is a simple query that returns records that match a certain type. mysql> select * from operatingsystems where Type = “Windows”; +——+————-+———+———–+ | OsID | Name | Type | vendor | +——+————-+———+———–+ | 1 | Windows 3.0 | Windows | Microsoft …