How to Manage /etc with Version Control Using Etckeeper on Linux

In the Unix/Linux directory structure, the /etc directory is where host-specific system-wide configuration files and directories are located; it is a central location for all system-wide configuration files. A configuration file is a local…
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Best Command Line HTTP Clients for Linux

HTTP clients are utility software that enables you to download files over the Internet. Apart from being able to download files remotely, these command line tools can be used for other tasks such as…
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Terminalizer – Record Your Linux Terminal and Generate Animated GIF

Terminalizer is a free, open source, simple, highly customizable and cross-platform program to record your Linux terminal session and generate animated gif images or share a web player. It comes with custom: window frames,…
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Tmate – Securely Share SSH Terminal Session with Linux Users

tmate is a clone of tmux (terminal multiplexer) that provides a secure, instant and easy-to-use terminal sharing solution over an SSH connection. It is built on top of tmux; you can run both terminal…
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4 Ways to Find Out What Ports Are Listening in Linux

The state of a port is either open, filtered, closed, or unfiltered. A port is said to be open if an application on the target machine is listening for connections/packets on that port. In…
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Browsh – A Modern Text Browser That Play Videos and Everything

Browsh is an open source, simple and modern text-based browser that renders in TTY terminal environments. It is made up of a minimal Golang CLI front-end and a browser web-extension (headless Firefox) which actually…
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Discus – Show Colourised Disk Space Usage in Linux

In our last article, we have explained how to use df (disk filesystem) utility to report file system disk space usage in Linux. We have discovered yet a another great utility for the same…
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Swatchdog – Simple Log File Watcher in Real-Time in Linux

Swatchdog (the “Simple WATCH DOG”) is a simple Perl script for monitoring active log files on Unix-like systems such as Linux. It watches your logs based on regular expressions that you can define in…
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ctop – Top-like Interface for Monitoring Docker Containers

ctop is a free open source, simple and cross-platform top-like command-line tool for monitoring container metrics in real-time. It allows you to get an overview of metrics concerning CPU, memory, network, I/O for multiple…
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