Category: Linux Admnistration

Improve Laptop Battery Performance In Linux

How To Improve Laptop Battery Performance In Linux

I use Arch Linux in my Laptop. One big problem I noticed while using Arch Linux is the poor battery performance. As you know already, Arch Linux is rolling-release and DIY distro and doesn’t ship...

Build Packages From Source Using CheckInstall

How To Build Packages From Source Using CheckInstall

A while ago, we wrote about an utility called Fpm that helps to easily build linux packages for multiple Linux platforms. Today, we will discuss about CheckInstall which is also used to build Linux packages from...

Reptyr - Move A Running Process From One Terminal To Another

Reptyr – Move A Running Process From One Terminal To Another Without Closing It

Let us say, you are running a process in a remote server via a SSH session from your local system. You didn’t know that the remote job would take long time to complete. You just want...

Find Out The Connected State Of A Network Cable In Linux

How To Find Out The Connected State Of A Network Cable In Linux

In this brief tutorial, we are going to learn how to find out whether the network cable is connected or not with the Network interface card. You can directly go and check the physical network...

Starting full system upgrade… there is nothing to do

How To Solve “Starting full system upgrade… there is nothing to do” Issue In Arch Linux

I recently noticed that my Arch Linux doesn’t update/upgrade to latest version. I thought there wasn’t any new updates yet. I visited Arch Linux website and noticed that there are plenty of updates are already available....

Display CPU Usage From Commandline

How To Display CPU Usage From Commandline

This tutorial describes how to display CPU usage from commandline using mpstat utility. Most of us use top command to show the CPU usage and the running processes. Just like top command, mpstat also displays the...

Clear A Specific Command From Bash History

How To Clear A Specific Command From Bash History In Linux

As we all know, history command is used to view the list of recently-executed commands in Terminal. Not just commands, It will show you the list of recent activities in your Terminal. Every commands you...