How To Use Linux Terminal To Monitor Your Network Interfaces

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surgeprice.display("ihaveapc.com_336x280_abovepost"); Here’s how to use Linux terminal to monitor your network interfaces in real time: 1. Install iftop. Since, we are running Linux Mint, we’ll issue the following command at the terminal to install iftop – sudo apt-get install iftop2. After the installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal – sudo...

A Cool Internet TV And Video Player For Linux Mint / Ubuntu

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Here is a very cool application that allows you to watch Internet TV, download high definition podcasts and videos, has an in-built BitTorrent as well as function as a media player. To install Miro, open Terminal and type : sudo apt-get install miroThe installation process will install all the necessary codecs as well as other dependencies. Once installed, it will show up in Menu > Sound &...

A Cool YouTube Video Viewer For Ubuntu / Mint

Minitube is a kickass YouTube desktop application for Linux / Mac that provides a TV like experience when watching streaming YouTube videos. The official site of this really cool application is here. Minitube versions earlier than 1.1 don’t work because of the change in YouTube video links, to get the latest working version (version 1.2), open Terminal and type the following (courtesy of  Ferramasco...