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The bashtop is an impressive Linux resource monitor that shows usage and stats for processor, memory, disks, and network. However, it suffers from bash itself, and cross-platform support is a nightmare. Now we have the Python port of bashtop. We … Continue reading
Added back in Linux 5.4 was the VirtIO-FS file-system driver as a a FUSE-framework-based file-system implementation designed for guest to/from host file-system sharing for VirtIO para-virtualized devices. Now with QEMU 5.0 VirtIO-FS is supported on its side. VirtIO-FS offers … Continue reading
Boxes command is a text filter and a little known tool that can draw any kind of ASCII art box around its input text or code for fun and profit. You can quickly create email signatures, or create regional comments … Continue reading
In previous articles, we discussed how to set up your own mail server on Ubuntu from scratch. This tutorial is going to show you how to install RainLoop Webmail on Ubuntu 20.04 with Apache or Nginx web server. RainLoop is … Continue reading