Category: Linux

How to Easily Diagnose Your Network With MTR In Linux

If you’re serious about Linux and the command line, you’ve no doubt used ping to diagnose and troubleshoot your Internet connection. And if you’re serious about Linux and the command line, you’ve no doubt also used traceroute to diagnose your Internet connection. If you’ve wished for a tool that combined both Ping and Tracertoute, you’re

Two Useful Apps to View CPU Info in Linux

In Windows, there is the popular CPU-Z application that allows you to view information about your CPU and hardware. But what if you are using Linux? CPU-Z doesn’t work in Linux, so how can you obtain the same CPU info in Linux? Here are two apps that can help you out. 1. CPU-G CPU-G looks

How to Enable TRIM For SSD in Ubuntu

If you are using a Solid State Drive (SSD), you should know that you shouldn’t run any defragmentation or free space consolidation software on it. So how do you clean up your SSD and free up the empty space? TRIM is the command we use to inform the OS to do the cleaning job. Windows

Distros For Old Computers – Make Tech Easier

Do you have machines that are doubling up as paper weights because they can’t keep up with the hardware demands of modern distros? Here’s all the low-down on the most popular tailor-made distros for old computers that’re past their prime. Defining hardware as “older” is tricky. Newer resource hungry software levering on the pace of

How to Setup Multiple Linux Distros on Raspberry Pi

One of the attractive things about the Raspberry Pi (besides its price and capabilities) is that it can run several different flavors of Linux and even other non-Linux based operating systems like RISC OS. Each of these operating systems has their own SD card image file available. To experiment with the different OSes, this means
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