Quickly Copy Files To Remote Linux Mint/Ubuntu System Using SCP

surgeprice.display("ihaveapc.com_336x280_abovepost"); One of the earlier post explained how to remotely copy multiple files and directories and keep them in sync by using rsync over ssh. While this is great for transferring files and directories in bulk, what if just a single file or a few files need to be copied quickly? For this, scp (secure copy) can be very useful. It is a remote file copy...

Quickly Find Out Network Adapter Info Through Linux Mint/Ubuntu Terminal

Display wireless adapter info through Linux terminal
Here is a quick way to find out what type of ethernet and wireless adapter is present in the system running Linux Mint/Ubuntu: 1. Open Terminal and for finding the manufacturer details of ethernet adapter (LAN adapter) present, type : lspci|grep EthernetThis will display the details of the LAN adapter present. 2. To find the info about wireless adapter, type : lspci|grep NetworkWhat the command...

How To Mount Remote FTP Site As A Local Folder From Terminal In Linux Mint / Ubuntu

How To Mount Remote FTP Site As A Local Folder From Terminal In Linux Mint / Ubuntu
Here’s how to mount remote ftp site as a local folder in Linux Mint / Ubuntu: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal to install curlftpfs – sudo apt-get install curlftpfs2. After the installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal to create a directory that will be used a local mountpoint (in our case the directory name is ‘test’) – mkdir...

How To Configure Your Time Zone From Terminal In Linux Mint / Ubuntu

How To Configure Your Time Zone From Terminal In Linux Mint / Ubuntu
If you are working on terminal in Linux Mint / Ubuntu and need to configure your time zone without using the GUI, follow the following steps: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal – sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata2. Now select your geographic area and then select ‘<Ok>’ to proceed.3. Finally, select the city that corresponds to your time zone and then select ‘<Ok>’...

How To Quickly Generate A Report Of System’s Network Interfaces From Linux Terminal

Generating A Report Of Network Interfaces From Linux Terminal
Here’s how to quickly generate a report of system’s network interfaces from Linux terminal: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal – sudo ip addr 2. The output of the above command will generate a report of all the network interfaces present in the system along with their properties.If looking for a Linux shell script that does something similar as above, check out the related...

How To Quickly Find Out The Maximum Amount Of Supported Memory In Linux

How To Quickly Find Out The Maximum Amount Of Supported Memory In Linux
Sometimes you me be required to to find out how much memory is supported by you Linux system. Here’s how you can quickly find out the maximum amount of memory supported in Linux from terminal: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal – sudo dmidecode -t 16 2. The resulting output will show you the maximum memory supported by you Linux system, but of course, the amount of memory that...