How to Use The Linux top Command

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use the Linux top command. Managing system resources is essential for a Linux system admin. You need to have control over processor tasks to use your hardware optimally. The Linux top command shows you the running processes on your system. It also helps you monitor how the system …

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How to Install MariaDB on Debian/Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we will discuss how to install MariaDB on Debian/Ubuntu operating system. Talking about MariaDB, It is open-source software under the MariaDB foundation. It was developed by MySQL developers. MariaDB is an alternative to MySQL with a few limitations. Even in XAMPP, MySQL is replaced with MariaDB. MariaDB supports both structured and semi-structured …

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The wc Command in Linux

In this tutorial, we are going to discuss wc command in Linux. Basically, the wc command stands for Word-Count in Linux. ‘wc’ command is used to count the no. of lines, words, and characters in Linux. You just need to mention the file name on which you want to perform count command. The syntax for …

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The curl command in Linux

In this tutorial, we are going to discuss curl command in Linux. Basically, the curl command is used to access and download files on a remote server. Since even HTML documents are files, the curl command can extract entire web pages and save them on your local disk. Let’s find out how to use the …

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