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1. fdisk Fdisk is the most commonly used command to check the partitions on a disk. The fdisk command can display the partitions and details like file system type. However it does not report the size of each...

Linux Touch command The touch command can be used to modify the access/modification timestamps of files. It is more often used to actually just create an empty file quickly. This post shows some very simple and quick...

Linux TOP command One of the most basic command to monitor processes on Linux is the top command. As the name suggests, it shows the top processes based on certain criterias like cpu usage or memory usage.The processes...

Instructions Changing the password if you still have access (sudo user or root) Log in to your server via SSH. Switch to the root user, if necessary: ~$ sudo su - ~# To change the password of the current...

GPU (Graphical Processing Unit) Dedicated GPU Server A graphics processing unit (GPU) is a computer chip that performs rapid mathematical calculations, primarily for the purpose of rendering images. In the early...

Do I need a dedicated GPU for a dedicated streaming PC   If you’re looking to create a dedicated streaming PC, you don’t need a dedicated Graphics card. You only really need an onboard GPU. But, before I dive...

installimage Script The installimage script provided by is an easy and fast method of installing various Linux distributions. You can run installimage directly from the Rescue System on your server. It's menu...

ss - socket statistics In a previous tutorial we saw how to use the netstat command check our documentation to get details about the network/socket connections. However the netstat command has long been deprecated and...