LINUX HOWTO

You can find some interesting articles & guides on Linux based softwares here.

How to Schedule Job on Linux using Cron, Anacron and at Commands

schedule jobs linux

Job scheduling is a feature that allows a user to submit a command or program for execution at a specified time in the future. On a Linux server, it is important that certain tasks run at certain times The execution of the [...]

Alain Francois 2:00 am

Command Line Password Managers for Linux

commandline password

Password Management should be simple. These command line password managers store our credentials, titles, web URLs, notes and other details in an encrypted file. We can use these tools to easily manage our credentials. We can even manage individual password files which [...]

Saheetha Shameer 2:30 am

ConvertAll - A Complete Unit Converter Tool for Linux

convertall unit converter linux

Once a while we want to know the equivalent of one unit of measurement to another. You may have wanted to check how many pounds make a kilogram, or how many inches make a meter, or tried to know how [...]

Eyram Amedzor 2:00 am

How to Completely Remove Mysql and Install MariaDB 10

mariadb remove mysql

We have some popular database tools which are independent and commonly used. Normally you can use two different relational database management system (RDBMS) on the same server if they don't use the same port but it is not advised if you [...]

Alain Francois 2:00 am

How to Install "mirror" for Real Time and Two Way Sync

mirror two way sync

As a computer programmer, It must have happened many times that you need a system or tool that sync two directories in real time and two way. We will go through one such tool mirror in this article. It is [...]

Pradip Sakhavala 2:00 am

How to Check Laptop Battery Status from Linux Terminal

battery status terminal

What if you are too geek like me who want to check even battery status from a command line. We can easily get the battery status from GUI, but what if we want all the battery related information from a [...]

Pradip Sakhavala 2:00 am

How to Install lm Sensors on Linux

lm-sensors linux

lm-sensors provides a hardware health monitoring driver for Linux. It's used by system administrators to check the health status of their hardware. It is also used to monitor the hardware infrastructure in servers and be very valuable in mission critical [...]

Alain Francois 3:40 pm

How to Install Logrotate and Configure Nginx Log Rotation

nginx log rotate

Logrotate is a utility designed to ease administration of systems that generate large numbers of log files. It takes care of automatic log file rotation, compression, removal, and mailing of log files. All the services or applications deployed on the server [...]

Saheetha Shameer 7:16 pm

How to Add Linux and Windows Hosts on Centreon 2.8

linux windows on centreon

Centreon has the particularity to simplify the process of adding hosts and services to monitor with an intuitive method. This process has changed with the new version of Centreon which includes now a new functionality called IMP (Instant Monitoring Platform) which [...]

Alain Francois 2:00 am

kube shell - Feature Rich Tool for Easy use of Kubernetes CLI

kube shell kubernetes

Today we will show how to install and use the kube-shell. It is a Python and Go based shell that offers auto-completion, history and many other goodies for Kubernetes' well known kubectl command. It still uses kubectl, it is by [...]

Mihajlo Milenovic 2:00 am

"s-tui" - Terminal Tool to Monitoring CPU Temperature in Linux

stui cpu temperature

For some Linux users, the terminal is the most environment used for their work. It sometimes happens that you would like to do everything on your terminal such as having a UI monitoring tool for the local processes may be [...]

Alain Francois 6:50 pm

How to Install Centreon on Centos 7

Install Centreon linux

For Sysadmins, it is very important to be able to check the state of each service and equipment provided on the network. You must be able to be informed and to react anytime if a problem occurs. It exists some [...]

Alain Francois 6:10 pm

Gtop - A Linux System Monitoring Dashboard for Terminal

gtop dashboard

When you work on Linux server or on your personal computer, you can need sometimes to monitor the different processes in progress. This can be done with some commands but the result sometimes appears with numbers without a graph on [...]

Alain Francois 2:00 am

10 Lesser Known Linux Terminal Tricks

command line tricks

You're never really a Linux guru if you're not conversant with the terminal. Though certain commands and syntaxes may be cumbersome to memorize, there are several helpful command line tips and tricks to make your work in the terminal much [...]

Eyram Amedzor 4:56 pm