All New Raspberry Pi 400, WinApps, Uno Platform, and more. | biweekly #3

This is the 3rd biweekly roundup of noteworthy news articles, blog posts, launches, and other cool Linux-related content that I’ve come across over the past two weeks.   Raspberry Pi 400: personal computer, built into a compact keyboard. Raspberry Pi 400 incorporates a purpose-built board based on Raspberry Pi 4. Featuring the same powerful processor, Raspberry Pi 400 […]

df command in Linux with examples

This article is a follow up to the previous 90 Linux Commands frequently used by Linux Sysadmins post. Every week, as time allows, I will publish articles on the ~ 90 commands geared toward Linux sysadmins and Linux power users. Use the df command when you need to know how much space is available on […]

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 being managed by the Linux kernel. The types of […]

ls command in Linux, with examples

This is a follow up of my previous 90 Linux Commands frequently used by Linux Sysadmins article. Every week, as time allows, I will publish articles on the ~ 90 commands geared toward Linux sysadmins and Linux power users. Let’s begin with the ls command. Ls (short for list) is used on Linux and other […]

Is Cloudflare Argo worth it?

Cloudflare Argo reduces network latency on average by 35% and connection errors by 27%. Traditional network technologies use static routing information, which can be slower and often use congested paths. Slow loading times and connection timeouts increase the likelihood of poor user experience. The Cloudflare company routes 10% of all HTTP/HTTPS Internet traffic. This provides […]

Linux News, articles and other cool stuff | biweekly #2

This is the second biweekly roundup of noteworthy news articles, blog posts, launches, and other cool Linux-related content that I’ve come across over the past two weeks.   New F(x)tec PRO¹ runs LineageOS, Ubuntu, Android, or Sailfish OS. F(x)tec PRO¹ physical keyboard and touch screen with LineageOS or Ubuntu Touch With the F(x)tec PRO¹ smartphone, […]

90 Linux Commands frequently used by Linux Sysadmins

There are well over 100 Unix commands shared by the Linux kernel and other Unix-like operating systems. If you are interested in the commands frequently used by Linux sysadmins and power users, you’ve come to the place. Recently, I published a five-part series covering commands often used by Linux sysadmins. Below I’ve listed the 90 […]

Linux Commands frequently used by Linux Sysadmins – Part 5

This is the final part of the five-part series entitled: Linux Commands frequently used by Linux Sysadmins. So far, we’ve covered over 50  commands regularly used by Linux sysadmins and power users. Refer to part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4. This article will look into another set of commands and command-line tools […]

Linux News, articles and other cool stuff | biweekly #1

A lot is happening in the Linux space lately, and even more to come. So I wanted to share some of the noteworthy news articles, blog posts, launches, and other cool Linux-related content that I come across online. To do this, I will publish a list of five Linux must-read links every other week, starting […]

PHP memory_limit – understanding and increasing this setting

PHP memory_limit is per-script, just as a highway’s speed limit is per-vehicle. For example, although PHP’s memory limit may be set high to 1GB, that does not mean that scripts will pile up to use that 1GB. Let’s take a quick look at understanding PHP’s memory_limit setting.   PHP memory_limit is a per-script setting PHP.net’s […]