Category: Linux Admnistration

Monitor WiFi Connection

How To Monitor WiFi Connection From Command Line In Linux

I bought a new Netgear wireless router last week. I was wondering if there is any utility to monitor wifi connection. After a bit of search on Google, I found a feasible solution that worked...

Find Dependencies For A Particular Package

How To Find Dependencies For A Particular Package In CentOS

This tutorial explains how to find which package requires a certain dependency in CentOS, RHEL, Fedora and scientific Linux. You might ask why we need to find the dependencies. There could be many reasons. If...

Ubuntu Cleaner

How To Clean Up Junk Files In Ubuntu Using Ubuntu Cleaner

One common thing we forget to do in our Ubuntu system is to clean up the junk files regularly. Sooner or later, we realize that our hard disk is running out of space. There are...

Copy A File To Multiple Directories

How To Copy A File To Multiple Directories In Command Line On Linux

The other day I wanted to copy a movie to two different folders in my Arch Linux desktop. As you already know, We can easily do it by right-clicking on the movie file, select Copy...

Migrate System Settings And Data From An Old System To A Newly Installed Ubuntu System

How To Migrate System Settings And Data From Old System To Newly Installed Ubuntu System

Today, we will be discussing an important and useful topic that describes how to migrate system settings and data from an old system to a newly installed Ubuntu system. Even though upgrading to new Ubuntu...

Find Out Wasted Disk Space In Linux

Agedu – Find Out Wasted Disk Space In Linux

Today, let us talk about a simple, yet another must-have utility in your arsenal. Meet agedu, a small utility that tracks down the wasted disk space in your Linux system. Running out of disk space?...

find and remove unused packages in Linux

How To Find And Remove Unused Packages In Linux

Running out of low disk space? You may need to check for unused packages (orphaned packages) filled in your hard drive. Orphaned (unused) packages are nothing but the packages which will be installed as dependencies/libraries...

Configure Static IP Address In Linux And Unix

How To Configure Static IP Address In Linux And Unix

Configuring IP address is the one of the core skill that every Linux and Unix administrator should learn. Configuring IP address in GUI mode is much easier, so we are not going to cover that...