In today's article we deal with the network, especially Wi-Fi. With Linux we have several command line programs that allow us to monitor and manipulate networks. What follows is a set of Linux tools used to monitor it. We will examine the speed, bitrate, the Read more…
These days I had to reinstall Ubuntu to switch to version 18.04 LTS. I preferred to reinstall from scratch to avoid compatibility issues with old and obsolete packages repository. Since the directory
/home/ well over 700GB and I have available a NAS (actually a small Linux Box) with a 1TB drive I decided to transfer the backup via LAN.
Contrary to common pensar cPanel is not “free” and it is for this reason that many server users looking for open source alternatives to cPanel. The world of alternatives to cPanel can be complicated and difficult to compare, and with this article precisely seeking to simplify the comparison. The whole Read more…
You not often have to start an application on a remote machine that requires the use of GUI, more widely in applications to launch and “turn” in background, but it can always happen. I'm thinking for example to those who use a computer as a multimedia station (with XBMC setup is very simple) or even just to experience.
Suffice it to say that you can do, but it is necessary to direct the GUI application to a screen in particular. (more…)
With today's article we complete the article in the 31 May concerning the Printing from Client to Server, no drivers whatsoever. Perhaps not everyone knows that LibreOffice and OpenOffice integrate between their packages some commands from flipping through the terminal. These commands are identical for all operating systems (you, for Windows) and produce the same results. Among these we see today is the syntax for convert any file type through terminal opened with LibreOffice / OpenOffice in PDF.
The command for Linux is as follows: (more…)
Some of you may remember Tilda, the handy application that the touch of a button showed the terminal in a configurable part of the screen. So I see on the official website hosted on sourceforge it seems that the project is stopped by the 2008. I wrote a brief guide on this application because I thought it although small, still useful and worthy of note. In the same spirit today I speak of “nautilus-terminal“: another small application that integrates the terminal in a nautilus window.
The steps to install it on Ubuntu are a few simple. First, add a PPA repository. (more…)
In today's article we see how you download an entire website with the command “
Wget is a download manager open source, included in major Linux distributions. It is a tool command line, of which there is a gui for Gnome (“wget“) and a gui for Windows (“wgetGUI“). Today we see some simple instruction, but for those who want to delve into the manual is always available from the terminal by typing “
man wget“. (more…)
This mini-howto is taken from blog in Kayowas.
Imagemagik is an exceptional tool, I would say essential, it allows an almost endless array of processing on the images.
In systems derived from Debian, the installation is quite a:
[user@localhost ~]$ sudo apt-get install imagemagick
To vary the size of all images in a given directory, you must use the tool "mogrify"In the following way: (more…)
Today we are insert current date and time in an image using the terminal. By itself, the procedure is not complicated, let's see how.
Meanwhile, we see how to make us say the date and time from PC:
[user@localhost ~]$ echo $(date -R) Tue, 24 Aug 2010 11:45:04 +0200
And now let's see how place it in the we are interested in using ImageMagick. This program allows us to perform many image manipulation, without having to go through the GUI. There is also a primitive graphical interface, but ImageMagick is mainly used for a number of automation (that soon we will see) command line, the invoked by PHP. (more…)