Tag: commandline tools

How to Kill Linux Process Using Kill, Pkill and Killall

Linux Operating System comes with a kill command to terminate a process. The command makes it possible to continue running the server without the need to reboot after a major change/update. Here comes the great

How to Verify PGP Signature of Downloaded Software on Linux

When installing software on a Linux system is usually a smooth ride. In most cases, you would use a package manager such as apt, dnf, or Pacman to install it securely from your distribution’s repositories.

How to Test Your Linux Internet Speed Using Speedtest CLI

We always need to check the speed of the Internet connection at home and office. What do we do about this? Go to websites like Speedtest.net and begin the test. It loads JavaScript in the

Testssl.sh – Testing TLS/SSL Encryption Anywhere on Any Port

testssl.sh is a free and open-source, feature-rich command-line tool used for checking TLS/SSL encryption enabled services for supported ciphers, protocols, and some cryptographic flaws, on Linux/BSD servers. It can be run on macOS X and

Gdu – A Pretty Fast Disk Usage Analyzer for Linux

In this article, we will take a look at gdu an open-source disk usage analyzer written in go. Gdu is inspired by godu, dua, ncdu, and df. The gdu tool is created for SSD drives

How to Convert PDF to Image in Linux Command Line

pdftoppm converts PDF document pages to image formats like PNG, and others. It is a command-line tool that can convert an entire PDF document into separate image files. With pdftoppm, you can specify the preferred