We keep going with the series of articles about exploring a Linux System with the next step that is Exploring a Process.
In this set of super-quick “how-tos” we’ll see how to explore a Linux System via CLI (command line). How to check release, architecture, platform, files, logs, processes, devices and other useful info to start troubleshooting or maintaining a Linux System.
In this article we’ll see how to configure and use a TPM module (Trusted Platform Module) on CentOS 7 (RHEL 7, PacketLinux 2 and Scientific Linux and Fedora).
In this post we’ll have a look at how to install McMyAdmin, Minecraft Server, Forge and ComputerCraft to be able to run a full professional Minecraft Server to play with our friends and even to code in Minecraft!
In this article we’ll have a look at how to force any software application to use Huge Pages (HugeTLB) without the need to modify the source and/or recompile them.
In this article we’ll see how to read information about your computer BIOS and hardware from the Linux command line.
In this article we’ll see how to write a simple yet effective code in C language to measure the time required to process a function. This code has been written to be compiled without changes on both Linux-GCC and Mac OS X GCC compiler.
In this post we’ll see all the necessary steps to convert a VMware Virtual Machine to a KVM or Virtualbox VM.
This article describes the easy steps to repair VMware corrupted disk images…
This procedure shows how to recover root password on a KVM Virtual Machine running Linux OS and which uses LVM partitioning schema.
Many times when using Virtual Machines it becomes necessary to extend the main disc partition because the VM ran out of space without loosing data, so here is how to do it.
Syscalls are the way a Software Application Program can interact with the underlining Operating System, everything from displaying a character on the screen to reading a file from the harddrive will generate syscalls. In this post we’ll analyse syscalls in details with examples on different CPU architectures and Operating Systems.