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Linux Command: Show Linux Version

01/10/2022 Aucun commentaire

Source: nixCraft

What command I need to type to display Linux kernel version and other information such as Linux distribution name? How do I check Linux kernel version number?

You need to use the following two commands:

[a] uname - Print kernel and system information.
[b] lsb_release - Print distribution-specific information.
[c] /proc/version file - Print running kernel information.

How to check linux kernel version number?

Open a shell prompt (or a terminal) and type the following command to see your current Linux kernel version:

$ uname -r

Sample outputs:

2.6.32-23-generic-pae

Or type the following command:

$ uname -mrs

Sample outputs:

Linux 2.6.32-23-generic-pae i686

To print all information, enter:

$ uname -a

Sample outputs:

Linux vivek-laptop 2.6.32-23-generic-pae #37-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jun 11 09:26:55 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

Where,

  • 2.6.32-23 – Linux kernel version number
  • pae – pae kernel type indicate that I’m accssing more than 4GB ram using 32 bit kernel.
  • SMP – Kernel that supports multi core and multiple cpus.

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Thunderbird/Change account order

01/10/2022 Aucun commentaire

To change the order of the accounts in Thunderbird simply edit

~/.thunderbird/<your profile>/prefs.js in GNU/Linux,
C:\Documents and Settings\<your profile>\Application Data\Thunderbird\Profiles\****.default\prefs.js in Microsoft Windows XP,

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Categories: Logiciel Tags: , ,

Afficher une image dans un terminal

27/09/2022 Aucun commentaire

Source: korben.info

Si vous cherchez un utilitaire et une bibliothèque pour vos projets qui permette d’afficher dans un terminal une image en utilisant du code ANSI, j’ai ce qu’il vous faut. Ça s’appelle Picture- et pour l’ c’est très simple. Il vous faudra npm, donc sous pour un petit npm, il faut taper :

sudo apt-get install npm

Ensuite pour installer la bibliothèque Picture-tube, il faut faire :

sudo npm install picture-tube

Si seul l’outil en vous intéresse, ajoutez le paramètre -g

sudo npm install -g picture-tube

Ensuite, pour convertir une image, un petit

picture-tube monimage.jpg

dans le terminal et taaadaaa

 

zelda

Après, pour utiliser la bibliothèque, voici un exemple de code :

var pictureTube = require('picture-tube')
var tube = pictureTube();
tube.pipe(process.stdout);
var fs = require('fs');
fs.createReadStream('robot.png').pipe(tube);

Pour tout le reste, c’est par ici.

Categories: Logiciel Tags: , ,

Virtual host on ubuntu 13.10 and apache 2.4.6

19/09/2022 Aucun commentaire

I have the fallowing problem
My hosts file is as follows:

127.0.0.1       localhost
127.0.1.1       barbala4o-HP-ProBook-4530s
127.0.1.1       mysite.localhost

My file in the /etc/apache2/sites-available/mysite.localhost.conf is as follows :

<VirtualHost *:80>
        ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost
        ServerName mysite.localhost

        DocumentRoot /var/www/mysite

        <Directory /var/www/mysite/>
                Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
                AllowOverride All
                Require all granted
        </Directory>
        ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/mysite-error.log
        CustomLog /var/log/apache2/mysite-access.log common
</VirtualHost>

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How to resize a VirtualBox 4+ hard disk (.vdi), the easy way [quick tip]

18/09/2022 Comments off

Source: WebUpd8.org

VirtualBox 4.0 got a very cool new feature that allows you to easily resize a hard disk in just a few seconds. Previously, you had to install Gparted to do this and the procedure was quite slow.

In VirtualBox 4.0+ (see how to install VirtualBox 4.0.x in Ubuntu), to resize a VirtualBox hard disk image (.VDI) firstly locate the folder where the .vdi you want to resize is located – this should be under ~/VirtualBox VMs or ~/.VirtualBox/HardDisks. Then open a terminal, navigate to that folder (“cd /FOLDER/PATH”) and run the following command to resize the .VDI:

VBoxManage modifyhd YOUR_HARD_DISK.vdi --resize SIZE_IN_MB
Where YOUR_HARD_DISK.vdi is the VirtualBox hard disk you want to resize and SIZE_IN_MB is the new virtual hard disk size, in megabytes. For example, the following command will resize the VirtualBox hard disk called “natty.vdi” to 12000 megabytes:
VBoxManage modifyhd natty.vdi --resize 12000
That’s it! The process takes just a few seconds and you should now have a resized VirtualBox hard disk.