Htop: An Advanced Alternative to Top

Top shows you a great deal of information about the top running programs on your server, load averages, memory usage and more. Now imagine Top a little more colorful with some graphical representations of CPU, memory and swap usage, and a full range of shortcuts and functions that can help you manage tasks and find […]

How to Install Webmin on a Debian Server

Webmin is a free and open source graphical system administration interface for Unix-like operating systems. In previous posts, we have explored some of the ways that you can use Webmin to make your system administration easier. We also learned how to install Webmin on CentOS. Today, we will look at another popular Linux-based operating system: […]

Aptitude Package Manager Alternative

In previous posts, we have examined some of the features of APT, the Debian package management system, and learned how to install, update, and remove packages. Aptitude is a text-based frontend for APT that makes it easier to browse through packages, search, and manage them.
While APT operates completely from the command line, Aptitude uses […]