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    How to Find High CPU Consumption Processes in Linux

    2DayGeek: This tutorial will help you to discover high CPU consumption processes in Linux.

    4 Ways To Check Uptime of Apache Web Server (httpd) on Linux

    This tutorial gives you several options to check Apache (http) web server uptime on Linux.

    How to Automatically Record the Terminal Session Activity of All Users on Linux

    This tutorial allows the Linux administrator to automatically record the terminal activity of all users for future reference.

    Execute Commands On Remote Linux Systems Via SSH

    If you ever wondered how to execute commands on remote Linux systems over SSH from your local system, here is how to do it.

    How To Record Everything You Do In Terminal

    The script command creates a typescript of everything you do in the Terminal. It doesn’t matter whether you install an application, create a directory/file, remove a folder. Everything will be recorded, including the commands and the respective outputs.

    Apply Tags To Linux Commands To Easily Retrieve Them From History

    Apply tags to lengthy and complex Linux commands to easily retrieve them from Bash history.

    Explaining Soft Link And Hard Link In Linux With Examples

    This tutorial explains what is Soft link and Hard link in Linux and Unix operating systems with some practical examples.

    How To Adjust Monitor Brightness From Command Line In Linux

    This brief tutorial explains how we can adjust monitor brightness from command line in Unix-like operating systems.

    Kmdr - Display CLI Commands Explanation In Terminal

    Kmdr provides CLI commands explanation for hundreds of programs. It helps you to easily learn CLI commands without leaving the terminal.

    Linux/Unix ls (List) Command Examples

    2DayGeek: This tutorial will teach you everything about ls command. Especially it's more useful for Linux beginners.

    The mktemp Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

    The mktemp command creates a temporary file or directory safely and prints its name. All files and directories will be saved in the system's temporary directory, i.e /tmp.

    How to Monitor Apache (httpd) Web Server Performance In Linux?

    Learn, how to monitor Apache (httpd) web server performance in Linux.

    Understanding Linux /etc/shadow File Format

    2DayGeek: It's mandatory for Linux admin to understand /etc/shadow file format. If you don't know, check out this article now.

    How To Find Out Linux Operating System (OS) Installation Date And Time?

    This tutorial help you to check when the Linux Operating system was installed on your system.

    How To Configure systemd to Start a Service Automatically After a Crash in Linux?

    systemd default parameters allow you to start a service automatically after a crash.

    How To Setup Chrooted SFTP In Linux

    Setup Chrooted SFTP to allow the users to connect through SFTP, but not allow them to connect through SSH in Linux.

    Bash Script to Automatically Start a Service When it Goes Down on Linux

    LinuxTechNews: This bash script keeps your services are up and running.

    How To Find Exact Installation Date And Time Of Your Linux OS

    Ever wondered how long have you been using your Linux OS without a reinstall? Here is how to find exact installation date and time of your Linux OS.

    Understanding Linux /etc/passwd File Format

    2DayGeek: It's mandatory for Linux admin to understand /etc/passwd file format. If not, check out this article now.

    Bash Script to Send a Mail When New User Account is Created in System

    This bash script will trigger an email once in a day with newly created users information.

    How to Check Apache Concurrent Connections in Linux Using netstat and ss Command?

    The netstat and ss commands allow us to count Apache concurrent connections in Linux.

    Understanding the /etc/fstab File in Linux

    2DayGeek: Linux admin should understand the /etc/fstab file format, that helps them in many ways.

    Mageia Linux 7.1 Adds Support for AMD Ryzen 3000-Series CPUs, Download Now

    The Mageia project has released an emergency update to the latest Mageia 7 Linux operating system to address installation issues reported by users with computers powered by AMD Ryzen 3000-series CPUs.

    Type Linux Commands In Capital Letters To Run Them As Sudo User

    Whenever you type Linux commands in capital letters, the SUDO utility will run them as sudo user! So, you need not to use "sudo" in-front of a Linux command.

    Bash Script to Monitor Messages Log (Warning, Error and Critical) on Linux

    2DayGeek: This bash script will trigger an email when it's found "Warning, Error and Critical" in the /var/log/messages file.

    19 Useful BASH Scripts For Heavy Terminal Users

    This comprehensive guide explains a collection of useful BASH scripts, known as Bash-Snippets, for heavy Terminal users.

    Linux 5.2, Debian 10, Pinebook Pro, Mageia, Whonix, GRUB, Valve, Zorin, Mint | This Week in Linux 73

    Linux 5.2, Debian 10, Pinebook Pro, Mageia 7, Whonix 15, GRUB 2.04, Valve wants Testers, Linux Mint, NVidia, AMD, Rocket League, GNOME, 10 Years of Zorin & GamingOnLinux.com on TWinL73

    Mageia 7 Pushes Linux Desktop Boundaries

    Mageia 7 redefines the concept of traditional Linux. It is a solid operating system well suited to both newcomers and seasoned Linux users alike. The Mageia distro is a powerhouse Linux OS filled with features and options unmatched in other Linux versions. Mageia Linux is a fork of the now-defunct Mandriva Linux. It was developed by a team of former employees of the France-based commercial software company that folded Mandriva. The first Mageia version was released in September 2010.

    It's prime, it's magic, and it's memorable - Mageia 7's out

    Everyone at Mageia is very happy to announce the release of Mageia 7. We all hope that the release works as well for you as it has during our testing and development. There are lots of new features, exciting updates, and new versions of your favorite programs, as well as support for very recent hardware.

    Youtube-dl Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

    This tutorial explains the list of most commonly used Youtube-dl commands to download videos from Youtube and other websites in Linux. There are numerous applications available to Download Youtube videos. We have covered such applications, namely ClipGrab, and Mps-youtube etc., in the past. Today, we are going to learn about yet another Youtube downloader called Youtube-dl.

    Mageia Linux Is a Modern Throwback to the Underdog Days

    Like OpenMandriva, Mageia Linux is a fork of Mandriva. It was created (by a group of former Mandriva employees) in 2010 and first released in 2011, so there was next to no downtime between the end of Mandriva and the release of Mageia. Since then, Mageia has existed in the shadows of bigger, more popular flavors of Linux (e.g., Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Elementary OS, etc.), but it’s never faltered.

    Linux Mint, MX Linux, Mageia, Steam Link, WordPress, CS:GO Battle Royale | This Week in Linux 46

    also TWinL46: Ubuntu Touch, Xubuntu Axes 32-bit ISOs, NVIDIA Open-Sources PhysX, Microsoft's Edge to be Chromium Based, Critical Kubernetes Flaw, Australia Wants Encryption Destroyed, Humble Bundle

    Mageia 6.1 Linux OS Adds Support for Pascal-Based Nvidia GPUs, Security Updates

    More than one year after the release of the Mageia 6 Linux-based operating system series, the first point release is now available to download as Mageia 6.1 hit the download channels over the weekend.

    How to Create Custom Commands in Linux

    In this tutorial, We’ll show you how to create custom commands in Linux which will allow you to create “shortcut” commands using a simple name of your choosing.

    What’s New in Mageia 6

    Mageia 6 is the latest version of mageia linux distribution. This release features the current LTS (Long Term Support) version of the KDE community’s desktop environment, Plasma 5.8 include KDE Applications 16.12 and KDE Frameworks 5.32 .

    Mageia 6 GNU/Linux Distribution Launches Officially with KDE Plasma 5, GRUB2

    After a long wait, the final release of the Mageia 6 GNU/Linux operating system is finally here, and it looks like it comes with a lot of exciting new features and performance improvements.

    rtop – A Nifty Tool to Monitor Remote Server Over SSH

    rtop is a simple, agent-less, remote server monitoring tool that works over SSH.

    How To Install Development Tools In Linux

    Development Tools & Libraries are required to install packages from source, also it’s required for developers to build the packages in Linux system.

    How to Install Go (Go Programming Language) in Linux

    Go is expressive, simple, reliable, concise, clean, and efficient programming language which make programmers to write/develop application easily.

    free – A Standard Command to Check Memory Usage Statistics (Free & Used) in Linux

    We all knows, most of the Servers (Including world Top Super Computers are running in Linux) are running in Linux platform on IT infrastructure because Linux is more flexible compare with other operating systems. Other operating systems required reboot for small small changes & patch updates but Linux systems doesn’t required reboot except critical patch updates.

    smem – Linux Memory Reporting/Statistics Tool

    smem is a tool that can give numerous reports on memory usage on Linux systems. Unlike existing tools, smem can reports Proportional Set Size (PSS), Unique Set Size (USS) & Resident Set Size (RSS).

    Lynis – Security Auditing and Hardening Tool for Linux/Unix Systems

    Lynis is a open source security auditing tool for UNIX derivatives like Linux, macOS, BSD, and others. It's providing guidance for system hardening and compliance testing.

    bmon – Real Time Bandwidth Monitor and Rate Estimator in Linux

    Monitor real time bandwidth easily with help of bmon. Bandwidth leakage will result a slow response from running application over the network. So carefully monitor bandwidth spikes to avoid the unnecessary leakage. bmon stands for Bandwidth monitoring tool which used to monitor and debug networking related issues. It captures real-time bandwidth usage and supports various input methods for different architectures.

    lnav – An Advanced Console Based Log File Viewer for Linux

    lnav will help administrator to identify the warning & error messages easily from the log file because of color combination.

    How to install and use wget on Ubuntu

    Wget is a free software package that can be used for retrieving files using HTTP, HTTPS and FTP which are considered as the most widely-used Internet protocols. Its name comes from World Wide Web + get.

    How to Determine Linux OS & Server Architecture is 32 bit or 64 bit ?

    Don't you know, How to do ?

    Wmail – Bringing the Gmail & Google Inbox experience to Linux desktop

    Un-official Gmail & Google desktop client for Linux.

    SAR – Linux System Performance Monitoring (Check Server Activity Logs Using SAR Command)

    SAR stands for System Activity Report is a system monitor command used to report on various system activity, like Average CPU activity, Individual CPU activity, memory used & available, device load, network, etc.

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