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How to debug a bash script?

How to debug a bash script?

A script is just a file containing a set of commands. The basic idea of a script is to automatically execute and re-execute a series of commands instead of manually typing them one by one. For a script, all you require is to create a plain text file and enter a list of commands in…

Live Forensics Tools

Live Forensics Tools

Computer forensics is the research of  evidence within technological devices such as computers, tablets, cell phones for legal or investigative purposes. Through computer forensics evidence can be recovered even after deletion, physical presence of the investigated suspect or victim can be traced and more. This article focuses on a few of the most popular tools…

Change the Wallpaper on OpenSUSE

Change the Wallpaper on OpenSUSE

When it comes to user experience, the look can have a tremendous impact. For example, the way your desktop looks plays a crucial role in determining how your overall experience will be. Improving the look can grant an almost instant soothing effect. In the long run, a good-looking desktop keeps the mind calm and focused….

How to Install and Configure OpenSUSE JeOS

How to Install and Configure OpenSUSE JeOS

OpenSUSE JeOS is an extremely slimmed-down version of normal openSUSE Tumbleweed/Leap. It’s available as images for multiple virtualization platforms. When it comes to mass deployment and virtualization, for example, using in virtualized datacenters, openSUSE JeOS is the perfect match.Officially, openSUSE offers JeOS images for virtualization environments like Hyper-V, VMware, KVM, and Xen. In this article,…

List Disks on Ubuntu

List Disks on Ubuntu

In this article, I am going to show you how to list disks (i.e. SSDs, HDDs, USB thumb drives) attached on your computer from Ubuntu. So, let’s get started. Using lsblk Command: You can list all the attached disks on your computer from Ubuntu using the lsblk command as follows: $ sudo lsblk The ones…

How to Benchmark Hard Disks in Linux

How to Benchmark Hard Disks in Linux

Monitoring read and write speeds of storage devices is a good way to determine genuine products and determine disk health overtime. This article will list various tools available for Linux that can be used to benchmark hard disks and monitor real time disk activity data. GNOME Disks GNOME Disks is an internal and external disk…

Debian Xfce vs Gnome

Debian Xfce vs Gnome

XFCE is a light desktop environment compatible with low resource systems while keeping a nice visual interface and effects like screen rotation and transparency. Xfce is extremely user friendly and it is a lot more user friendly than new GNOME versions for PC users without touch screen. XFCE is user friendly and among its features…

Install Steam on OpenSUSE to Play Games

Install Steam on OpenSUSE to Play Games

Steam is one of the major digital distribution services specializing in the video game market. Owned by Valve, this awesome service has been around since 2003. If you’re a gamer, you already know the importance of Steam. Looking for the latest and greatest titles? Steam got you covered. In this article, we’ll be installing Steam…