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Machma - Enables to Run Multiple Commands Parallel in Linux

In order to fully utilize computing power, jobs can be run in parallel. For example, re-sizing of images sequentially takes a lot of time, On the other hand re-sizing of multiple images in parallel makes better use of multi-core CPU and therefore is much faster. Machma makes it very easy to execute tasks in parallel […]

Posted on : May 24, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 26, 2017 By in LINUX HOWTO
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How to Setup Elastix 5 PBX Unified Communication Server on Linux

Elastix is ​an open source PBX-Asterisk-based application that can be used to configure unified communications. It includes telephony functionality, instant messaging, email server, fax server, VoIP communication (VoIP) and video conferencing. The Elastix O / S platform is created and maintained by IT professionals who plan to update new features, repair bugs and regularly update […]

Posted on : May 22, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 29, 2017 By in DEBIAN
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How to Install Consul Server on Ubuntu 16

In this article, we are going to show you the installation and configuration of Consul server on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Consul a solution for service discovery and configuration management system which is completely distributed, highly available, and scales to thousands of nodes and services across multiple datacenters. It helps finding services applications requirements like database, […]

Posted on : May 19, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 19, 2017 By in UBUNTU HOWTO
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How to Setup Postal a Mail Server for Incoming & Outgoing Email

Postal is a complete and fully featured Open source mail delivery server for use by websites & web servers. It was developed by aTech Media to serve their own mail processing requirements but later on, they decided that it should be released as an open source project for the community. It is increasingly common for […]

Posted on : May 17, 2017 By in LINUX HOWTO
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ANGRYsearch - Super Quick File Search Desktop Tool on Linux

ANGRYsearch is a linux file search utility that attempts to emulate 'Everything Search Engine' that is available in Windows. ANGRYsearch displays result as you type the file name or directories. ANGRYsearch is written in python 3 using PyQt5 for GUI. This tutorial covers installation and usages of this tool, a python based fast search utility […]

Posted on : May 15, 2017 , Last Updated on : June 13, 2017 By in LINUX HOWTO
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viddl - Command Line tool to Edit (cut, crop and resize) Video Clips

Viddl is a ruby command line utility that can be used to download video from youtube. You can easily download, cut, crop and resize video clips using Viddl. In this tutorial, we will see how to install Viddl on CentOS 7. Then we will see how to downlaod, cut, crop and resize youtube video using […]

Posted on : May 11, 2017 By in OPEN SOURCE TOOLS
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Mycli - Command Line Autocomplete Tool for MySQL with Syntax Highlighting

MyCLI is a command line interface for MySQL, MariaDB, and Percona with auto-completion and syntax highlighting. The auto-completion will help you write queries faster and with ease. The REPL (Read, Eval, Print, Loop) will pop up a suggestion menu as soon as you start typing. The suggestions are context sensitive based on the position of […]

Posted on : May 10, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 10, 2017 By in LINUX HOWTO
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14 Command Line Tools to Check CPU Usage in Linux

CPU performance is one aspect of measuring the performance of a system. Monitoring the performance of CPU is essential to debug processes inside any system, manage system resources, making system decisions, and evaluating and examining systems in real time. There are a lot of tools available to monitor and display CPU performance and these tools […]

Posted on : May 9, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 23, 2017 By in LINUX HOWTO
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8 Popular and Lesser Know Linux Terminal Recording Tools

Terminal Recorders allow us to record and replay your command line activities and export it in various convenient forms like text, html, GIF  etc depending on the user requirements. We have some of the lightweight and very efficient terminal recorders in this tutorial. Most of them convert the terminal recordings to a convenient form which can be […]

Posted on : May 5, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 5, 2017 By
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How to Setup osquery to Monitor Security Threat on Ubuntu

OSQUERY is an open source tool developed by Facebook for querying various information related to the state of your machines like running processes, loaded Kernel modules, active logged in users, active listening ports etc. This system instrumentation framework make low-level operating system analytic and monitoring both efficient and intuitive. OSQUERY exposes an operating system as […]

Posted on : May 1, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 8, 2017 By in SECURITY
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6 Ways to Find Largest Top Files and Directory in Linux

Finding the size of large file and directories in Linux servers is one of the most important tasks that every system administrator came across in his daily tasks. So, every system administrator must know about multiple ways to find out the size of larger disks and files consuming the hard disks. Sometimes, it becomes more […]

Posted on : April 27, 2017 , Last Updated on : May 2, 2017 By in LINUX COMMANDS
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Tiny Care Terminal - Dashbaord Tool to show Tweets, Git Commits and Weather

If you use terminal a lot and lost deep inside the code or blinking cursor then Tiny-Care-Terminal is a small dashboard that reminds you to take a break and take care of yourself. The dashboard displays your git commits for the last week, the weather and non intrusive little messages from a wistful parrot urging […]

Posted on : April 25, 2017 , Last Updated on : June 11, 2017 By in LINUX HOWTO
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10 Lesser Known Linux Fun on Terminal with Crazy Outputs

The Linux terminal is a powerful tool for some administration tasks. It helps for troubleshooting too and ensure you a solution for a problem. As serious, it can be with some special commands, the terminal is also used for really surprising operations which have nothing to do with the work. Just for the fun!! It exists commands which […]

Posted on : April 24, 2017 , Last Updated on : June 14, 2017 By
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How to Install EmojiOne Color SVGinOT Font in Ubuntu

SVG in Open Type(SVGinOT) is a standard by Adobe and Mozilla for color OpenType and Open Font Format fonts. It allows font creators to embed complete SVG files within a font enabling full color and even animations. EmojiOne Color Font uses glyphs from the free Emoji One artwork. The font works in all operating systems, […]

Posted on : April 20, 2017 By
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