Monitoring your system resources is quite common in tech world. But if you are a Linux or terminal person, then you know there is nothing stopping you from having tools at your disposal. I am going to show you a few of resource monitoring terminal tools in Linux today.
There are times when you need to extend a partition either root or home to have more space on your virtual server. The end result should be a smooth process without data loss and issues. If your server or virtual machine is on Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux etc), read on how to extend/grow XFS partition based on LVM.
Thunderbird is an old horse on Linux and most will agree with that. Now if you like it or not UI wise, but it has almost everything one would need in an email client. Here in this article I am going to discuss another two alternatives to Thunderbird if you are on any Linux distribution.
The default behavior if you spin up a new server is to login with username and password. Some cloud based providers also provides key based authentication now. If you have just password based login, read on how to authenticate via private key to your Linux server.
If you are working in terminal/console most of your time, you may already know how to copy a file content to clipboard. But if not, here today we will explore how can we copy a file content to clipboard in terminal.
When it comes to browsers in Linux, the popular choice is Firefox. Beside Firefox we will explore other browsers for your Linux distribution in this article.