Category: linux-tutorials

hwinfo (Hardware Information) – A Nifty Tool for Finding System Hardware Information on Linux

hwinfo is a hardware information tool that can be used to analyze the hardware on a computer and display detailed information about various hardware components in a human readable format. It reports information about...

Dmidecode – A Best Tool to Get System Hardware Information on Linux

There are plenty of tools on Linux to check your Linux system’s hardware information. Most commands only report specific hardware components such as cpu or memory or hard disk, but the Dmidecode command covers...

How to Install the ELRepo Repository on RHEL 6/7/8 and CentOS 6/7/8

ELRepo stands for Enterprise Linux Repository. ELRepo is a community repository for Enterprise Linux distributions, including Red Hat, CentOS and other derivatives. ELRepo is a CentOS community-approved third-party RPM repository that focuses primarily on...

wget – A Standard Command Line Download Utility For Linux

wget (formerly known as Geturl) is a free, open source, command line download tool that retrieves files using HTTP, HTTPS and FTP, the most widely used internet protocols. It is a non-interactive command line...

How to Install and Use YouTube-DL on Linux

youtube-dl is a small and powerful command-line program for downloading videos from YouTube and other sites such as Facebook, Yahoo, Google Video. It supports almost 1150+ websites. This requires the Python interpreter to work....