Category: Command line utilities

Monitor Multiple Hosts In Linux

How To Quickly Monitor Multiple Hosts In Linux

There are plenty of monitoring tools out there to monitor local and remote Linux systems. One fine example is Cockpit. Those tools, however, are bit complicated to install and use, at least for the newbie...

Find If A Package Is Installed Or Not In Linux And Unix

How To Find If A Package Is Installed Or Not In Linux And Unix

A while ago, we learned how to find a package version in Linux. Today, we will see how to find if a package is installed or not in Linux and Unix operating systems. Finding installed...

download only the new parts of a file using zsync

Zsync – A File Transfer Utility To Download Only The New Parts Of A File

Just because Internet plans are getting cheaper every day, you shouldn’t waste your bandwidth data by repeatedly downloading the same stuff over and over. The one fine example is downloading development version of Ubuntu ISO...

Search The Web From Terminal

How To Search The Web From Terminal On Linux

A while ago, we wrote about Surfraw, a commandline interface to popular search engines and 100+ websites. Surfraw helps you to search for anything from Internet from Terminal. Today, I stumbled upon a similar utility...