Chasing Your ‘Tail’ With Linux

‘GNU tail’ is a small utility which prints (by default) the last 10 lines of any file. This an amazing piece of software not only allows you to see the last part of a file but also enables you to monitor a file’s changes without opening the file. ‘tail’ can be used alone or can be combined with other commands like ‘grep’, ‘ls’ etc. To use ‘tail’, let’s first create a text file. You can create the file by issuing … Continue Reading →