How To Quickly Monitor Multiple Hosts In Linux

The "rwho" utility is a simple tool that helps us to monitor the uptime, load and logged in users of a local or remote system in the local area network. Read More


The Type Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

The Type command is used to find out the information about a Linux command. As the name implies, you can easily find whether the given command is an alias, shell built-in, file, function, or keyword using “type” command. Additionally, you can find the actual path of the command too. Learn More

ddgr – A Command Line Tool To Search DuckDuckGo From The Terminal

ddgr is a command-line utility to search DuckDuckGo from the terminal. ddgr works out of the box with several text-based browsers if the BROWSER environment variable is set. Read More

Learn how to mine Cryptocurrency, including Monero, using Linux.

VIDEO: Learn how to mine Cryptocurrency, including Monero, using Linux. Read More

How Containers Work in OpenStack Queens

There are many different ways in which containers are used and enabled throughout the open-source OpenStack cloud platform. With the OpenStack Queens platform, which was released on Feb. 28, there are even more options than ever before. Check them

Python, Raspberry Pi how-tos, R programming counterculture, Linux containers, and more

Last week Python, Raspberry Pi, Linux, containers, and Kubernetes dominated our list of reader favorites.

This week, you'll see lots of extra Raspberry Pi love on our site. Learn More

Linux nm Command Tutorial for Beginners (10 Examples)

If you are a Linux user who is also into system level software development, you may find yourself in situations where-in you need information related to symbols in an object file. You'll be glad to know there exists a command line utility - dubbed nm - that you can use in these situations.

A quick and easy way to make your first open source contribution

Contributing to open source projects comes with lots of benefits: You'll have fun, improve your skills, build a profile that could help your career, meet like-minded people, find terrific mentors, and more.

Get started with IoT: How to build a DIY Blynk Board

This tutorial is for those with some DIY hardware experience, though advanced beginners may find it a fun challenge. Also, experienced users might find it fun to set this up for beginners to learn from. To make this board without the SparkFun IoT Starter Kit with Blynk Board, you'll need sensors and other components to complete the built-in projects. For instance, the SparkFun Blynk Board comes with onboard WS2812 RGB LED, so you'll need a similar module to make projects using the device. You can purchase the components individually from Sparkfun.


Linux command history: Choosing what to remember and how

Linux command history is not just about repeating commands. You can selectively decide what to remember and whether to record the date and time your commands were used. Read More



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