Category: Linux Basics

find Linux system details using inxi

How To Find Linux System Details Using inxi

Inxi is a free, open source, and full featured command line system information tool. It shows system hardware, CPU, drivers, Xorg, Desktop, Kernel, GCC version(s), Processes, RAM usage, and a wide variety of other useful...

Display Linux system information using Neofetch

Neofetch – Display Linux system Information In Terminal

Neofetch is a simple, yet useful command line system information utility written in Bash. It gathers information about your system’s software and hardware and displays the result in the Terminal. By default, the system information...

tmux command examples

Tmux Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

We’ve already learned to use GNU Screen to manage multiple Terminal sessions. Today, we will see yet another well-known command-line utility named “Tmux” to manage Terminal sessions. Similar to GNU Screen, Tmux is also a...

Screen Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

Screen Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

GNU Screen is a terminal multiplexer (window manager). As the name says, Screen multiplexes the physical terminal between multiple interactive shells, so we can perform different tasks in each terminal session. All screen sessions run...