How to Install and Use Codon on Ubuntu (and Other Linux Distros)

Python is undoubtedly a popular programming language, but due to its design, it lags behind in certain aspects, which leads many programmers to choose a different programming language. One aspect that Python has traditionally faced limitations in executing tasks concurrently and efficiently due to the

Understanding the /proc/cpuinfo File in Linux

In Linux, “/proc” is a special virtual file system that contains valuable system-related information in different files. Such a file is “/proc/cpuinfo“, which stores detailed information about the CPU, such as vendor ID, CPU family, model name, virtualization features, caches, and many more. Since it’s

ShellBench: Perform Benchmark Tests on Various Linux Shells

ShellBench is a free benchmark tool written in a shell script for POSIX shell comparison. It allows you to execute a series of commands in an infinite loop or until the timeout. This way, you can test and compare the performance of various shells like

Inotifywait: Monitor Live Events on Files and Directories on Linux

Inotifywait is a Linux command-line utility that assists system administrators in monitoring events such as opening, modifying, reading, closing, moving, or deleting on files or directories. It can seamlessly integrate with other tools or be used within a shell script. So, if you want to

How to Run and Use Meta’s Llama 3 on Linux

Meta (formerly known as Facebook) has recently launched the Llama 3 large language model. This advanced model comes in two versions: an eight-billion (8B) parameter version and a seventy-billion (70B) parameter version. Llama 3 is a powerful large language model that currently powers Meta AI

Fixed “traceroute: command not found” in Linux

Traceroute is a widely used network management command-line utility for Linux and macOS. It counts the number of hops required for the source to reach the destination, as well as the duration of each hop. It’s pretty useful when you need to troubleshoot the route

How to Install Tiny Tiny RSS Using Docker on PC (Ultimate Guide)

Tiny Tiny RSS (also known as TT-RSS) is a free, open-source, and highly customizable web-based RSS reader that you can set up on your local machine or on your server using Docker. It’s quite an unrecognizable RSS reader, but I find it way better compared

How to Install LXD on Linux (with Pro’s Practical Examples)

LXD (pronounced lex-dee) is a lightweight container manager that allows you to run Linux containers (LXC), a type of container similar to VMware that maintains its state even after a system reboot and uses the host system kernel. The LXC container creation process is similar

Killport: Stopping Processes by Port Number in Linux

killport is a CLI tool that provides a simple solution to stop processes by their port number, thereby resolving the problem of users struggling to identify the processes behind an open port. This way, you don’t have to follow the traditional method of finding the

How to Host V3 .Onion Website With Custom Domain on Linux

This article shows you how to set up .onion website with a custom domain for localhost on the dark web. Why would someone want to host their website on the dark web? The reasons could be anything from hosting a private site and keeping others’

rEFInd: A Modern and Customizable Boot Manager for Linux

If you’ve dual-booted Linux with another operating system like Windows and are stuck with the traditional GRUB boot manager, it’s time to switch to rEFInd, IMMEDIATELY! rEFInd: A Highly Customizable Boot Manager for Linux rEFInd is a highly customizable and modern boot manager for UEFI