The netstat command displays information about the Linux networking subsystem including data on open network connections and routing tables.
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Need a lightweight alternative to Unity desktop in Ubuntu? You can install Gnome Classic Shell and use it in your old laptop.
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Renaming files can be an easy, or difficult task, depending on the tools you use. Here are some easy and useful ways to rename files in Linux.
If you are a designer/developer looking to test out your site, you will need a local web server. Here’s how you can setup local webserver on all major OS.
Do you have a lot of startup applications in Ubuntu that slow down the whole startup process? Here is how you can manage startup applications in Ubuntu.
The “nslookup” command helps you to look up addresses in the Internet. Check out the advanced guide here to master nslookup.
Code profiling lets you identify bottlenecks, dead code, and bugs. For Linux programmer, the GNU profiler “gprof” is the profiling tool for you.
While the Pascal programming language isn’t as popular as C, it certainly has a longevity. Let’s take a look at writing Pascal Programs on a Raspberry Pi.
The Vim editor offers so many features that it’s very difficult to learn all of them. For experienced users, here are some useful Vim tips and tricks for you.