Utilities

How to List all Linux Disk Devices

How to list disk devices in Linux with lsblk The proper way to list block devices such as hard...

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Command Line Apps to View CPU and GPU Temperature in Linux

Many Linux distributions ship with applets and widgets to view information about hardware sensors and their respective temperature values....

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Linux Command for Uptime

Uptime is the time a device, usually a server, is available, turned on and connected without interruption. Among Sysadmins...

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Command Line Apps to Perform a Internet Speed Test on Linux

Internet connection speed tests are helpful for finding out network connection problems, ISP throttling, server throttling, or other connectivity...

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Linux Ping Command

Ping is a diagnosing tool which allows to check the connectivity of any IP address by sending ICMP packets...

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Route command in Linux

Before showing how the route command should be used in Linux it is necessary to understand what a routing...

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How to Get Hardware Info on Linux

Linux users, especially administrators, need to know accurate information about the hardware platform they are using. This helps them...

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Grep Command in Linux

Grep (global regular expression print) command is the most powerful and regularly used Linux command-line utility. Using Grep, you...

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Linux File Compression Options and Comparison

Compression, in general, is a useful method that is essentially encoding information using less data than the original one....

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