Yes. This is Linux. Brief history of Docks: NeXTstep was first to introduce the idea of “docks” in an operating system back in 1989 when neXTstep 1.0 was first released. Later as most of Nextstep’s codebase was used on OpenStep and then on OS X, “dock” was one of the few original and the most [...]
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Click for larger image. Wubi (Windows-based Ubuntu Installer) is amazing. It’s one of those tools that should make 100s if not 1000s of people to try out Linux right away. But I am not sure if this tool is making as much noise as it should. If last time you tried to install Linux was [...]
To observe server performance I have a separate monitor on my desk that I use to SSH from terminator with split screen. I usually use trafshow and htop to monitor and occasionally tail -f log messages. Which are mostly enough for basic server monitoring.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by an anonymous reader of this blog. Who goes by the name “Rand“ _________________________________________________________ Today we will look at some of the common ways to search for files in Linux using the Terminal. 1) find : To search for files on the command line you can use the [...]