Tools for Monitoring Network Bandwidth on Linux

tools for monitoring network bandwidth in linux

In this tutorial, we are going to show some tools for monitoring Network bandwidth on Linux.

Network bandwidth is a measurement indicating the capacity of data transmitted over a network in a given amount of time. It is normally represented by a number of bits, kilobits, megabits, or gigabits transmitted in 1 second.

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How to Install and Manage Multiple Java Versions on Linux

how to install and manage multiple java versions on linux

In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install and manage multiple Java versions on a Linux server.

Java is an object-oriented web programming language used in thousands of applications worldwide and has a huge community of developers and regular users. Java is divided into two types OpenJDK and Oracle JDK. OpenJDK is a free and open-source implementation of the Java SE Platform Edition. Oracle JDK is the closed-source version of Java developed by Oracle. This tutorial will use the latest Ubuntu 22.04 OS, but you can choose any Linux distro. Java is compatible with all Linux distros.

Installing multiple versions of Java and switching between them is a straightforward process. Let’s get things done!

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Most Used SS Commands in Linux with Examples

most used ss commands in linux

This tutorial will cover the most used SS commands in Linux with examples to make using the SS command easier.

Knowing what connections and sockets exist within your server is key to keeping your server safe and secure. This command is much like the netstat command; however, this command is newer and provides more easily-readable output compared to its older counterpart.

We’ll look at some of the most used ss commands with examples to help make your use of this great tool easier. We will use an Ubuntu VPS running version 22.04, but this should work on any modern Linux distribution. Let’s get into it.

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10 Useful lsof Commands in Linux With Examples

10 useful lsof commands in linux with examples

In this blog post, we are going to show you ten useful lsof commands in Linux with examples.

The lsof command is a shortcut to List open files and shows the open files and which processes are using them. The lsof output describes several things, such as the identification number of the process that has opened the file, the process group identification number, the command the process is executing, the owner of the process, and many more.

In this tutorial, we will use the latest Ubuntu 22.04 OS, but you can choose any Linux distro you want. Let’s get started!

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10 Basic Find Commands in Linux With Examples

basic find commands in linux

In this tutorial, we are going to explain the most used 10 find Commands in Linux with real examples.

Find command is one of the most used commands in Linux since with the find command we can easily locate files and folders on our server. The find command is executed with a couple of arguments and conditions that can easily locate files by users, groups, size, date and etc.

In this tutorial, we are going to use the latest Ubuntu 22.04 as OS, but you can choose any Linux distro to practice these examples by the “find” command. Let’s get started!

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10 Useful SSH Commands in Linux

10 useful ssh commands in linux

In this blog post, we will show you the ten most used SSH commands in any Linux distribution.

SSH stands for Secure Socket Shell and is one of the main key services in Linux. The default port that SSH is running on is the TCP/IP port 22, but it can be easily changed due to security reasons. System Administrators are using this system to log in to the server and execute commands via the command line. The SSH as the secure shell is a replacement for insecure login programs such as Telnet, rlogin, rsh and etc.

In this blog post, we will use the Ubuntu 22.04 OS. You can use any Linux distribution. Let’s get started!

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10 Useful firewall-cmd Commands in Linux

10 useful firewall cmd commands in linux

In this blog post, we are going to explain 10 useful firewall-cmd commands in Linux with real examples.

The firewall-cmd is the command-line client used to manage the runtime configurations. It is a firewall solution as an alternative to the iptables service. We know that a properly configured firewall is the only weapon that can defend the server from attacks caused by internal influences. The firewall-cmd is part of the firewalld application that can be used for managing the firewall.

In this blog post, we are going to use Ubuntu 22.04 as Linux OS. You can use any Linux distribution. Let’s get started!

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How to Manage Processes Efficiently in Linux

While using a GUI to manage our tasks has been the norm over the years, using the command line can give the impression that it would be more complicated. However, the contrary is true. Many feel that some tasks are easier and can be done more efficiently on a command line. You might be used to the ubiquitous Task Manager on Windows, where you just press “Ctrl+Alt+Delete” (or “Ctrl+Shift+Escape”), and you get a list of all processes neatly organized in tabs.

While it might not be as simple as a point-and-click system in Linux, you have an extremely powerful task manager called “htop” instead. Once you get past the small learning curve, you’ll feel much more at home with the command line tool, and it might even be faster compared to its GUI counterpart. 

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