Category Archives: Linux

Linux lsof command.

LiSt Open Files (LSOF) is an excellent utility for managing and tracking network connections on your Linux system. This utility allows you to see what program is operating on an open port, which daemons have established connections, and what ports are open on your server. You can list open ports, identify connections currently being made… Read More »

How to use the import command to take screenshots?

This tutorial works very well on older versions of Fedora 15. It is necessary that you have ImageMagick installed.

To create a screen capture using the following command:

Use the following command for a png image format:

Command import has options for this purpose without using mouse.

If you want use… Read More »

How to display memory in real time on Linux systems.

To display information about memory, we use the following command:

But if we want the data displayed in terminal to be maintained, we will use:

The combination of two orders, will solve our problem. Here is the final command:

Here is the displayed result: It will display used and free memory every… Read More »

Set default template on OpenOffice Writer

Create default template and edit old template First you need to have OpenOffice. To create a default template should follow the following steps:    Create a new document File menu -> New , and change  settings or styles as you desire.This will be your template .    From the File menu, choose Templates -> Save.… Read More »