OPEN SOURCE TOOLS

This category introduces the installation/configuration of many useful open source tools to ease your job.

How to Install Sublime Text 3 Editor in Linux

sublime text3 install

Sublime Text is a feature-rich text editor for Linux, Windows and macOS. It's free to use but it's proprietary software, which means that the code isn't available to the public. The free version is an evaluation copy, but it has [...]

Oltjano Terpollari 3:00 am

How use Nmon and "Java Nmon Analyzer" for Monitor Linux Performance

nmon network monitoring

Nmon is a  resource monitoring tools which can monitor CPU, Memory, Disks, Network and even Filesystem on RHEL / Ubuntu systems. Java Nmon Analyzer is a tool that uses the nmon output as an input. It will graph the nmon [...]

Pungki Arianto 1:00 pm

Lynis - Security Tool for Audit and Hardening Linux/Unix Systems

Lynis is a security tool for audit and hardening Linux/Unix systems. This tool scan our systems, do some tests and gather information about it. At the end, Lynis will provide us a report with suggestions and security-related warning to increase [...]

Pungki Arianto 1:00 pm

How To Limit CPU Usage Of A Process In Linux With cpulimit Tool

While administering your linux system you need to limit the CPU usage of a process, but what is the right tool to do it? Have you ever used cpulimit? cpulimit is a nice command-line tool written in C programming language [...]

Oltjano Terpollari 1:00 pm

RemoteBox - A VirtualBox Client

Fedora running

Virtualization is becoming a technology trend. The need of resource efficiency, energy efficiency and save money are one of the main reasons why we need virtualization. Virtualization is intended to servers or data centers. But now, users can also try [...]

Pungki Arianto 4:56 pm

Install Archey Tool In Ubuntu To Display System information in Terminal

Do you like to display system information in your terminal by using only one simple tool? Ok linoxide guys, have you ever used Archey? Archey is a python script that can be used to display system info for linux distributions [...]

Oltjano Terpollari 1:00 pm

How to Install and Use Genymotion Android Emulator In Ubuntu

Installing the Genymotion android emulator is not hard, but is not easy too. Before installing this useful software in your machine you need to sign up for an account on the genymotion.com website, but first let me introduce you guys [...]

Oltjano Terpollari 1:00 pm

Linux vnstat - A Console Network Traffic Monitoring Tool

View vnstat real-time

There are a lot of network monitoring tool in the internet. The most popular one may be Multi Router Traffic Graph or known as MRTG. To access MRTG, we need to install a web server. If you don’t want to [...]

Pungki Arianto 5:56 pm

Tools to Perform 'Google Search' from Linux Terminal

Everyone knows how to google from a web browser, but an ambitious computer geek loves to shine in his or her terminal. Believes that you are on your server without graphic environment and you need to verify an error message [...]

Oltjano Terpollari 2:00 pm

How to Create a Simple Chat with netcat in Linux

Lately, I have been reading a book about Netcat Power Tools and I have picked up new skills that can be used to solve problems in your binary life. I never thought or imagined that such a simple tool can [...]

Oltjano Terpollari 6:50 pm

How To Install The Latest Google Chrome On Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

I see that people have different preferences when it comes to web browsers on Linux and they argue alot about 'The best browser on Ubuntu' topic, but we are not here to find out which web browser fits best in [...]

Oltjano Terpollari 7:39 pm

What is ntopng & How to Install ntopng in Linux

Ntopng Users

Nowdays computers are connected between each other. From the small area such as your home Local Area Network (LAN) until the the biggest one which we call - Internet. When you are managing a network computer, you are managing one [...]

Pungki Arianto 1:00 am

Wajig - Unified Package Management Front-end for Debian

Purge orphans libraries

Debian users - and it’s derivative such as Ubuntu and Linux Mint users - must be familiar with APT (Advanced Package Tool). It’s a tool for package management. APT comes with several tools. Apt-get, apt-cache, apt-mark, apt-key are the examples. [...]

Pungki Arianto 7:17 pm

How to Parse Squid Proxy Access.log File Using Squid Analyzer

Squid Analyzer menu

Squid is one of the most popular proxy software in Linux world. It’s powerful, it has a lot of features and of course, it’s free. Squid has been used by ISP’s since the early 1990 to provide faster download speeds [...]

Pungki Arianto 4:09 am