Apcupsd is short for APC UPS daemon and is used to interact with and monitor APC UPSes. While initially designed for the APC, it can also talk with some other brands of UPS, including some by Cyberpower.
Enhance Linux security with OpenSnitch, the powerful application-level firewall that effectively controls your outbound connections.
Master Bash scripting with our guide on how to verify if a file or directory exists. Includes examples and best practices for reliable scripts.
Ready to unleash the power and versatility of Linux on your Mac? In this guide, we explore several ways that you can run Linux on a Mac.
Those of you who regularly use fullscreen mode for apps and media content in GNOME Shell are gonna dig the following new GNOME extension. It’s called “Peek Top Bar on Fullscreen” because —shock!— that’s exactly what it does: it lets you mouse up to the top of your display when viewing fullscreen content to show the top bar —crucially— without needing to exit fullscreen mode.
OpenSSH server best security practices – protect your server from brute force attack on a UNIX / Linux / *BSD / Mac OS X operating systems.
When right-clicking on either a folder or blank area in file manager, there’s an “Open in Terminal” menu option to launch system default terminal with that folder as working directory.
The option in Ubuntu so far is provided by the built-in gnome-terminal package. Meaning no way to use the option for another terminal emulator. However, there’s an extension can add similar option to open terminal from in-side folder.
We use the df command to find total disk space and available space on a Linux / Unix file system. Let us see how to use the df command to view the amount of free space left on your Linux, macOS, *BSD and Unix file system. We will also explain how to automate disk space monitoring and send an email alert or push notification to your mobile device.
Webmin is a web-based tool that allows you to manage Linux-based operating systems such as Ubuntu.
From this web interface, you can control various features of your Ubuntu operating system, such as users, system settings and more.
In case the server has sufficient RAM or doesn’t require the use of a swap or the swapping decreases system performance, you should consider disabling the swap.
Source: How to Permanently Disable Swap in Linux (TecMint)