To get a list of all running processes (process list) with CPU usage and Memory usage: $> ps -waux You can use param -r for showing only active processes. With one more additional w (f.e.: ps –wwaux) you will get the whole command. Otherwise very long commands are cut of.
To convert images taken from an Canon EOS 600D in CR2 format to the jpg format you need to install the ufraw package. $> sudo apt-get install ufraw After that you can navigate to the folder that contains the cr2-files and run the following bash script: $> for i in *.CR2; do ufraw-batch $i –out-type=jpeg […]
mytop is an mysql tool written in Perl to look at the database queries during runtime. This is how to debug queries with mytop. Installation apt-get install mytop Usage mytop -u USERNAME -pPASSWORD -d DATABASE
In most Linux distribution the nameservers are stored in the file /etc/resolv.conf So you can edit it via: $> sudo nano /etc/resolv.conf You will see something like that: nameserver 192.168.88.1 nameserver 0.0.0.0 As you can see all nameserver entries follow the pattern: nameserver IPADRESS When searching for an DNS-Server the list is processed top down. […]