How to Find the Top 10 Largest Files in Linux

When you are running out of disk space in system, you may prefer to check with df command or du command or ncdu command. But all these will only show …

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How to Check/List All Packages Installed on Linux

As we know, package managers are one of the most contributors to the Linux system. Most of us prefer the command line interface for package management such as the YUM …

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14 Methods to check the number of CPUs in Linux

All Linux systems run on multi-core CPU processors, but many of us are confused to find or understand CPU, cores, and Threads information. Hope this article helps you understand exactly …

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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. …

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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 …

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How to Check if Linux Server is Physical or Virtual

Most of the IT sector has migrated to the virtual environment (not just IT and many tech companies) to reduce infrastructure costs. But they still have physical servers for some …

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2 Simple Ways to Create or Extend Swap Space in Linux

Users can create swap space during installation of any Linux operating system and its necessary too. If you forget to create or later if you want increase, you can do …

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