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How To Check Laptop Battery Status In Terminal In Linux

December 7th, 2016
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inding your Laptop battery status in GUI mode is easy. You could easily tell the battery level by hovering the mouse pointer on the battery indicator app in the task bar. But, how about from the command line? Not everyone know this. I was asked this question from one of the user. Here is some simple commands that will help you to check Laptop battery status in Terminal in any Linux distribution.

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CommandLine(CLI), Debian, Distro - Other, Fedora, Mint, RedHat, Ubuntu

Fedora 21 Linux Distro Tuned for…

December 10th, 2014
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The open-source Fedora 21 Linux distribution, launched Dec. 9, provides the first new edition of Red Hat’s community Linux distribution since the release of Fedora 20 in December 2013. Much has happened in the Fedora Linux community in the past year, and the Fedora 21 release marks a departure for the project from the way releases were built over the past decade. Instead of a single monolithic release that can be tailored for multiple use cases, Fedora 21 offers three distinct products intended for specific deployments.

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Desktop, Fedora

30 Useful Linux Commands for System Administrators

November 2nd, 2014
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Let’s review some of the useful and frequently used Linux or Unix commands for Linux System Administrators that are used in their daily life. This is not a complete but it’s a compact list of commands to refer when needed. Let us start one by one how we can use those commands with examples.

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Fedora, How To, RedHat

Replace Yum?

August 30th, 2014
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The feature proposal is moving forward for replacing the Yum package manager with the next-generation DNF solution for Fedora 22.

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Fedora, RedHat

How to watch live streaming video from the command line on Linux

February 2nd, 2014
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There are quite a few popular live streaming services on the web (e.g., Dailymotion, YouTube Live, UStream, etc.). Most of these streaming services are accessed from a web browser via flash plugin. If you heavily use some of those services on Linux, you may notice that your web browser sometimes becomes unresponsive or otherwise consumes a lot of CPU resource and even leaks memory. That is because of the misbehaving/malfunctioning flash plugin.

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Desktop, Fedora, RedHat, Ubuntu