Skip to main content

Secure nginx with Let's Encrypt on Ubuntu 18.04

Basic Git Commands Linux Guru

Git Commands

image courtesy git-scm

Here are some git command list which are comes in daily use.

Creating and Cloning:

git init
create and initialize local git repository
git clone REPO_URL
Clone remore repo
git remote add origin REPO_URL
add remote repository.
git config-global my-name
set author name
git config-global my-email
set author email

Basic git commands : 

git status
check the current state of repository
git add .
Add all the files to staging area repository
git add vishal.txt
add perticular file to the staging area repository
git commit -m "commit message"
commit files
git pull
pull the latest code from repo
git pull origin remote-branch
pull the latest code from the remote branch
git push
remember branch push
git push -u origin branch_name
push code to the remote branch
git diff branch1 branch2
show different between two branches befor merge
git stash
save the work and clean the working directory
git rm -f
delete a file
git log
show the entire git log

Create branch and merging : 

git branch branch_name
create a branch
git branch
list branch in local repository
git branch -a
list all branches from remote and local
git branch -d my_branch
delete local branch
git push origin --delete my_branch
delete branch from remote repo
git checkout -b my_branch
create new branch and switch to the branch
git merge branch_name
merge branch to the current
git merge my_branch target_branch
merge branch to source to target branch


Popular posts from this blog

Another instance of Certbot is already running - Solved - Linux guru

Error : Another instance of Certbot is already runningcertbot --server --manual --preferred-challenges dns --installer nginx -d * Another instance of Certbot is already running Reason : when you run certbot form your machine and unexpectedly stop the command, Then cert bot is not running but it left some .certbot.lock files behind.You need to kill the certbot instance form your machine. Solution : Run the below command to find killed certbot.find / -type f -name ".certbot.lock" You can see result of the command, If there are, you can remove them. Run below command to remove them.find / -type f -name ".certbot.lock" -exec rm {} \; And try again.

Install Apache Using Ansible Playbooks

Ansible is a automation tool which is widely used, you can install and install, configure and manage number of system and services remotely. you can install software and manage services and tasks without needing manually log in to each servers. you have to install ansible in one machine and use ssh to communicate host each other.

Ansible uses Playbooks which is written in YAML format. it's uses module base format. with playbook can run multiple tasks at time and provide more advance functionality, YAML file always start with "---" syntax. In this article we will see how to install and configure apahce2 using ansible YAML script. Master server : [Ansible server, ] Slave 1 : [need to install apache2 in slave 1] Slave 2 : [need to install apache2 in slave 2] We need to configure slave server info in our ansible configuration file, click here to know how to add client machine to ansible. Let's update our apache2.yml file and install…

Create aws s3 bucket using cli

In this article i will explain you to how to manage s3 bucket and objects using AWS cli command line interface. for that you will have to configure AWS cli interface to your local linux machine. You can configure cli from. HERE.

After configured aws cli to your local machine, you can run all below commands. How to create bucket using AWS Cli.root@master:~# aws s3 mb s3://linuxgurubucket make_bucket: linuxgurubucket Listing Bucket : To list all bucket : root@master:~# aws s3 ls 2018-05-01 15:28:37 linuxgurubucket To list all objects from bucket :root@master:~# aws s3 ls s3://linuxgurubucket 2018-05-01 15:32:16 71515 vishal.jpg How to copy local file to s3 using aws cp command :root@master:~# aws s3 cp s3://linuxgurubucket/ upload: ./ to s3://linuxgurubucket/ To check it's upload or not :root@master:~# aws s3 ls s3://linuxgurubucket/ 2018-05-01 15:34:19 82 2018-05-01 15:32:16 71515 vishal.jpg To remove file from s3 bucket using cli: