Tag: advanced

This article will show you how to compare floating point number in bash. Here are my shared experiences while working with the Linux system. Compare 2 common numbers Usually, we compare two integer numbers. For example, we have 2 numbers as follows: $ NUM1=2 $ NUM2=1 And to compare these two numbers in Linux, we

In this article, I will show you how to control iptables in the bash script. Iptables is a firewall that is built into almost all Linux operating systems. Using it makes your system a more secure layer. Controlling the iptables service and its rules manually, most people have done. But sometimes, iptables needs to work