How To Quickly Mount Windows Share From Terminal In Linux Mint / Ubuntu

How To Quickly Mount Windows Share From Terminal In Linux Mint / Ubuntu
Here’s how to quickly mount Windows share from terminal in Linux Mint / Ubuntu: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal to install smbfs – sudo apt-get install smbfs 2. After smbfs installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal to create a local directory for mounting the Windows share to – mkdir temp (above command will create a directory called ‘temp’....

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users
Here’s how to install and use Zenmap, a graphical front-end for nmap in Linux Mint / Ubuntu: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal to install Zenmap – sudo apt-get install zenmap 2. After the installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal to launch the application – sudo zenmap 3. To initiate a port scan, enter the target IP and click ‘Scan’. 4....

How To Backup Cached / Downloaded Packages In Linux Mint / Ubuntu

How To Backup Cached / Downloaded Packages In Linux Mint / Ubuntu
Here’s how to backup cached / downloaded packages in Linux Mint / Ubuntu: 1. Issue to following command at the terminal to install aptoncd (Linux Mint already has this program installed) – sudo apt-get install aptoncd 2. Now, issue the following command at the terminal – sudo aptoncd 3. Click ‘Create’. 4. The aptoncd program will list all the cached and downloaded (via...

How To Quickly Identify Bandwidth Hogging Users / Applications In Linux Mint / Ubuntu

How To Quickly Identify Bandwidth Hogging Users / Applications In Linux Mint / Ubuntu
Here’s how to quickly identify hogging users / applications in Linux Mint / Ubuntu: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal – sudo apt-get install nethogs 2. After the installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal – sudo nethogs 3. The nethogs program will display a real-time list of users and application utilizing the network bandwidth from which...

How To Monitor HDD Temperature From Linux Terminal Linux Mint / Ubuntu

How To Monitor HDD Temperature From Linux Terminal Linux Mint / Ubuntu
Here’s how to monitor HDD temperature from Linux terminal in Linux Mint / Ubuntu: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal to install hddtemp – sudo apt-get install hddtemp 2. Select ‘<Yes>’. 3. Leave the interface IP at 127.0.0.1 and select ‘<Ok>’. 4. Leave the port at 7634 and select ‘<Ok>’. This will complete the installation...

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 curlftpfs 2. 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...