5 Useful Terminal Tools to Better Manage Processes in Linux

Linux offers a number of tools for examining your running processes. With the applications shown below, you can find out which applications are eating all your memory and which files are attached to those rogue programs. Or you can just get a global view of how your system is performing. Read More

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


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


Learn to write Linux Device Driver

LinuxCertified Inc, a leading provider of Linux training and services, announced its next Linux Device Driver Development Course class to be held in South Bay, CA from March 12th - March 14th, 2018.

Linux last Command Tutorial for Beginners (8 Examples)

If you are new to system administration, there'll be times when you'll have to monitor or access login related information. There are multiple tools that you'll likely use for this purpose, with one of them being last. In this tutorial, we will discuss the basic features of this utility using some easy to understand examples. Read More

How to Install LibreOffice 6.0 on Ubuntu or Linux Mint

LibreOffice 6.0 is the most significant update ever to the open-source office suite used by millions of computer users worldwide, and it's easy to install on the popular Ubuntu and Linux Mint operating systems.
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New Linux User? Try These 8 Great Essential Linux Apps

When you are new to Linux, one of the problems you will face is which apps to use. With millions of Linux apps, the choice is certainly not easy. Here are 8 essential Linux apps to get you settled in quickly.


Learn Linux, 101: Manage printers and printing

Learn how to manage print queues and user print jobs on Linux using CUPS and the LPD compatibility interface. Use the material in this tutorial to study for the LPI 102 exam for Linux system administrator certification or to learn for fun. check tutorial


2 scientific calculators for the Linux desktop

Every Linux desktop environment comes with at least a simple desktop calculator, but most of those simple calculators are just that: a simple tool for simple calculations.

Fortunately, there are exceptions; programs that go far beyond square roots and a couple of trigonometric functions, yet are still easy to use. Here are two powerful calculator tools for Linux, plus a couple of bonus options.Read More.

Working with VI editor : The Basics

VI editor is a powerful command line based text editor that was originally created for Unix but has since been ported to various Unix & Linux distributions. In Linux there exists another, advanced version of VI editor called VIM (also known as VI IMproved ). VIM only adds funtionalities to already powefrul VI editor, some of the added functionalities are Read More.



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