Short Articles

The shortest articles on the hottest topics

SaiRam has working knowledge in mobile application development and web development. Has around 2+ years of professional experience in multinational companies.

How to Kill Linux Processes Using ‘xkill’ Command
How to Kill Linux Processes Using ‘xkill’ Command

Xkill is a utility for forcing the X server to close connections to consumers. This software is very harmful but is priceless for aborting applications.This article explains about-“How to Kill Linux...

Learn how to Find and list down recently Modified files in Linux
Learn how to Find and list down recently Modified files in Linux

Are you working with thousands of files? Do you forget the recently modified documents in Linux? but know where you have saved those files.? Then, this article is for you to identify and list down recently...

Top 5 Best System Monitoring Tools
Top 5 Best System Monitoring Tools

Are you working as a system admin? If yes, are you also aware of a handy solution to find system efficiency? Then this article is for you which helps you to find system efficiency leveraging the most...

How to Monitor Your Ubuntu System with Sysdig?
How to Monitor Your Ubuntu System with Sysdig?

Sysdig is an open source application, It captures system state and activity from a running Linux instance, then saves, filters and analyzes. It is scriptable in Lua and consists of a command line interface...

How to Install LAMP using Tasksel in Linux
How to Install LAMP using Tasksel in Linux

LAMP stack is a bunch of open source software that uses Linux as an operating system. LAMP is an abbreviation for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. It is used to setup web development environment. Here, we...

Rsync Command Examples on Linux
Rsync Command Examples on Linux

Rsync, which stands for “remote sync”.It is used to synchronize the files and directories from one directory to another. It may replica in the community, to/from a different host over any faraway...

Learn Modern Service Management System (Systemd) on Linux
Learn Modern Service Management System (Systemd) on Linux

systemd is a framework and service manager for Linux operating system. At a point when keep running as the first process on boot (as PID 1), it goes about as init system. that raises and keeps up userspace...

How to Install ImageMagick on Ubuntu
How to Install ImageMagick on Ubuntu

Use ImageMagick to create, edit, compose or convert bitmap pix. It could actually read and write snapshots in a type of codecs (over 200) including PNG, JPEG, JPEG-2000, GIF, TIFF, DPX, EXR, WebP, Postscript,...

Mastering User Management on Linux
Mastering User Management on Linux

Are you working as Linux admin? Do you create/delete users in Linux Command line ? If yes, then this article is for you guys! After reading the below content,  you will be able to manipulate users and...

How to Install and Setup Cacti on Ubuntu 16.04
How to Install and Setup Cacti on Ubuntu 16.04

Cacti is a Network monitoring device that creates personalized graphs of server efficiency. It is accessed and managed via an online entrance-finish. This article explains on – How to install and...
Advertisements