Sometimes you’re forced to install software in Linux directly from the source code. This is usually packaged as a tar.gz file. Here’s how to install these packages and how to remove them if possible.
Do you want an overview of all the processes running on your Linux server? How about the ability to kill, prioritize and sort them by memory, CPU etc? These functions are available using the Linux “htop” utility. It’s an improvement over the “top” command line, and is invaluable for troubleshooting slow servers, or finding out which process is consuming the most resources.
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Linux has two clocks – the hardware clock and the system clock. First, it’s important for these two to be in sync with each other. Second, we need to get the accurate system time from time servers across the globe. Here’s how to set all that up!
Do you sometimes write stuff on your WordPress blog that you don’t want showing up in the search results on your site? If so, this tutorial is for you! I show you how to exclude individual pages with simple code and screenshots and give you a long term solution as well.
Linux can have some notoriously complex commands for specific tasks – tailored to some specific need. If you need to run these on a regular basis, it can become exhausting and time consuming. For this reason, we have the concept of “aliases”. Here’s a tutorial with screenshots on how to set up aliases in Linux and ensure that they remain permanent.