In this article, we will show you how to install and use htop to monitor processes in Ubuntu. Htop is a Linux command line tool with a functionality that is similar to Windows Task manager.
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This tutorial shows you how to run programs at a specific time or in a given interval on Ubuntu by using the crontab. In this example, we will set up a backup job with the tar command to run once a week.
Many times it happens that you feel the need of knowing the IP address of your device. Following are the four methods through which you can find the IP address of your device.
A terminal emulator is an application used to run bash commands, work with files, communicate with other computers, perform administrative tasks and configurations, etc., all in textual form. This tutorial will show you how to replace the default Gnome…
A zombie or a defunct process in Linux is a process that has been completed, but its entry still remains in the process table due to lack of correspondence between the parent and child processes. This guide shows how to get rid of these stalled processes.
All operating systems with network support have a hosts file in order to translate hostnames to IP addresses. This tutorial explains what the hosts file on Linux is used for and how to edit it.
A Linux Administrator should be able to read and understand the various types of messages that are generated by all Linux systems in their log files in order to troubleshoot an issue. This tutorial shows how to view system logs on Ubuntu Linux via desk…