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...

Midori : A Lightweight Browser For Linux Mint / Ubuntu

If you are looking for an additional browser besides already using Mozilla Firefox, Opera or other popular ones then Midori is the one to have. It is an extremely lightweight, no-frills browser that does one thing very well which is to display web pages very quickly given the minimalistic design. To install it : 1. Open Terminal and type the following : sudo apt-get install midori2. Once installation...

How To Avoid Repetitive Typing In Linux Mint

Here is a cool application that saves you time when you type a lot. Autokey for Linux basically allows one to define shorthand for specific phrases which can be simply be used when needed. To get started, first install Autokey in Linux Mint / Ubuntu by opening Terminal and typing : sudo apt-get install autokeyOnce installed, the program should show up in the Accessories list as below.To begin using,...

A SnagIt Like Screen Capture Tool For Linux

Those who have used SnagIt screen capture utility for Windows may miss it dearly when wanting to capture screen shots in Linux. We came across a cool free application similar to SnagIt that does most of the things related to screenshot capturing from Linux quickly and easily. It is a neatly featured application called Shutter. Installing it is quite easy just like most utilities in Linux (Mint 9 is...

A Quicker FireFox Based Browser For Linux

There are plenty of choices when it comes to using browsers for Linux : Opera, FireFox, Chrome and so on. If you really are comfortable using FireFox and want to try a variation of it, then SwiftFox is the browser to use. Download it from here . Select the processor type you have so that appropriate browser setup is selected and after that select any of the install options : installer, deb files or...