How to Kill Inactive SSH Sessions

Managing server connections efficiently is crucial for maintaining a smooth and secure IT environment. One such common challenge is dealing with inactive SSH sessions. These sessions can clutter your server, consuming resources and potentially posing security risks. In this article, we’ll explore practical methods to identify and terminate these idle connections. We’ll delve into the […]

htop and top Alternatives: Glances, nmon

In this article, we explore alternatives to htop and top, namely, Glances and nmon. These tools present unique approaches and functionalities, potentially serving as replacements or supplements to the classic top and htop duo. Join us as we uncover the features and benefits of Glances and nmon, and whether they could be the next staples […]

Linux Commands frequently used by Linux Sysadmins – Part 1

What are some Linux commands used by Sysadmins and power users daily? In this article, I’ve listed 10 such commands frequently used. Suggestions and feedback are welcome. Also, see Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5. Some people consider Linux a complicated operating system geared toward expert users only. However, as a free and […]

Blockchain & Linux: Exclusive Interview with Hyperledger’s Daniela Barbosa

In this exclusive interview with Daniela Barbosa, Executive Director of the Hyperledger Foundation and General Manager of Blockchain and Identity at The Linux Foundation, we delve into the dynamic and evolving world of blockchain technology. Her leadership in the Hyperledger Foundation illuminates the interplay between blockchain, identity management, and the Linux ecosystem. Readers will gain […]

CES 2024: Live coverage and highlights for Linux enthusiasts.

Greetings, Linux enthusiasts, from the heart of Las Vegas, where innovation is buzzing in the air. I’m your guide for Linux coverage, and I can hardly contain my excitement to bring you the latest and greatest from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which officially begins tomorrow. (Jan 9th to 12th, 2024). As you may know […]

Install AI Models on Linux: Discover LLMs and Chatbots for Linux

Hello, fellow Linux enthusiasts! I’m excited to embark on this journey with you, exploring the fascinating realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on our favorite operating system: Linux. Whether you’re setting up a home lab or home server, running Linux on a gaming laptop, or leveraging Linux in the cloud, this guide will highlight some of […]

90 Linux Commands frequently used by Linux Sysadmins (updated to 100+)

If you are interested in Linux commands frequently used by Linux sysadmins and power users, I’ve published this five-part series with over 90 update: 100+ Linux commands with links to each of the five articles in this series – click on each subheading. This list covers popular Linux commands used by sysadmins and power users. […]

How to fix GPG NO_PUBKEY Error: “The following signatures couldn’t be…”

You may occasionally encounter GPG errors during an apt-get update or apt-get upgrade when maintaining a Debian-based systems. These errors typically indicate that your system is missing one or more public keys required for verifying the integrity and authenticity of packages from its repositories. This guide will walk you through resolving “NO_PUBKEY” errors, ensuring your […]

Accelerate Your Website with Sitespeed.io

The speed of your website is a critical factor in ensuring user satisfaction, SEO rankings, and overall performance. Sitespeed.io emerges as a robust tool, offering comprehensive insights and solutions to optimize your website’s speed. It’s an open-source treasure, beloved by developers and site owners alike, for its detailed performance metrics and user-friendly approach. Sitespeed.io is […]

Linux top: Here’s how to customize it

The top command – referred to below as Linux top – is a command on Unix and Unix-like systems such as Linux, which provides a dynamic real-time overview of a running system. It can display system summary information and a list of processes or threads currently managed by the Linux kernel. The types of system […]

Top ↑