How to Check Physical Memory in Linux

How to Check Physical Memory in Linux

Imagine you need to upgrade your computer by adding some addtional RAM. Here is how to check RAM speed, type and size without to open computer. There is command called dmidecode which comes pre-installed on most Linux distribution. With dmidecode you can dump a...
Connect to Linux Desktop from Windows

Connect to Linux Desktop from Windows

In previous post Create SSH Secure Communication Channel with Putty I wrote about how to secure communication between Linux and Windows machine with SSH. Now in this post I am going to show you how to control Linux (Ubuntu, Debian or any other distribution) Desktop...
Simple backup to DropBox

Simple backup to DropBox

There are a lot of backup solution and options available, but most of them are for business and professional usage. If you need free and simple solution that works on any Linux distribution then consider reading this article. As you know DropBox offers 2 GB of free...
How to disable Apache auto run on Ubuntu

How to disable Apache auto run on Ubuntu

The Apache Server, is a web server that comes with every Linux distribution and of course with Ubuntu. Also in most cases Apache is automatically setup during installation procedure. And after that it starts automatically on boot time or reboot of Ubuntu. In some...

How to install Virtualenv in Linux

Virtualenv: Virtual Python Environment builder Here I am explaining how to install virtualenv in Ubuntu. Virtualenv can be installed in two different ways Using Aptitude EasyInstall Aptitude: Copy and paste the following command in the Terminal. Type the password for...
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