Category: Trouble shooting

Check Disk Space Usage In Linux Using Ncdu

How To Check Disk Space Usage In Linux Using Ncdu

Today, we will be discussing how to check disk space usage in Unix-like systems using Ncdu utility. Ncdu, acronym of NCurses  Disk Usage, is a curses-based version of the well-known ‘du’ command, and provides a fast...

View CPU Temperature On Linux

How To View CPU Temperature On Linux

This brief tutorial describes how to view CPU temperature on Linux using lm_sensors. Lm_sensors, short for Linux-monitoring sensors,  is a free software package that provides the necessary tools and drivers for monitoring CPU temperatures, voltage, humidity, and...

Speed Up Compilation Process When Installing Packages From AUR

Fix “Conflicting files: ca-certificates-utils: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt already exists in filesystem” Error In Arch Linux

Today, I got this error – “Failed to commit transaction Conflicting files: ca-certificates-utils: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt already exists in filesystem” while attempting to upgrade my Arch Linux system. if you encountered with this error, here is a quick...

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 see 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...