IP and MAC Address

How to find IP and MAC Address by command line in...

Another day, another command line tutorial. Today, let's talk about an important networking command in Linux, ip. This command is very useful to fish out network parameters of the Linux computer. It works on all Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora, and etc..
terminal kill program

How to kill a frozen program in Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and...

Although Linux Mint and Ubuntu (eOS is still a beta distro) are solid and stable operating systems, you can't avoid program computer freezes due to the...
schedule tasks using crontab in ubuntu

How to Automate & Schedule a Task using Crontab in Ubuntu

Automating tasks on Ubuntu can be done through a package called cron. Crontab which is an abbreviation for cron table is a configuration file used to schedule shell commands to run periodically.

Installing and Using Perf in Ubuntu and CentOS

Performance is one of the most complicated parts of systems administration.  Whenever you are trying to investigate the source of bad performance or the reason for the high workload, you need the right tools to do so.
resize images command line

How to Resize Images by Command line in Ubuntu

Today, let's talk about how to resize images by command line via Terminal. Command line way of doing things have their own advantages. In most of the cases, it is highly efficient to use command line when doing things from a remote computer. Also, Terminal consumes least amount of system resources and is lightning fast.
linux console file managers

5 Best Linux Console File Managers

In this guide, we look at 5 Best Linux Console File Managers alongside their features and benefits. A console refers to a computer interface that handles application on a text-only computer interface or a command line interface and in some cases can be used within a graphical user interface.
Capture screenshoot video terminal

How to record a screenshot by command line in Ubuntu

In today's session of Terminal Tuts, let's take a look at how to record a screenshot video using command line from Terminal. To make it possible, we will be installing a wonderful utility "byzanz", which can work from command line and also by GUI.
sync time command line ubuntu

How to sync date and time from the command-line in Ubuntu

Today, let's learn the command lines to be used in the Terminal to get the date and time synced to the internet atomic clock. If you ever learned this earlier, you might be remembering ntpdate. This is deprecated and replaced with a powerful timesyncd tool.
solus command line update

How to update Solus using commands from the Terminal

Solus comes in three flavors including Budgie, GNOME, and MATE editions. Let's take a look at how to install updates in your Solus PC using command line via Terminal.
remove apps from terminal

How to completely uninstall applications by command line in Ubuntu

Uninstalling software from the command line via Terminal is one of the most important tasks while dealing with troubleshooting a remotely connected Ubuntu PC. In today's Terminal Tuts session, let's take a deep dive into it.