How to simulate CPU activity on a Linux system? [New Question]

A quick question, answered on Heelpbook, about “How to simulate CPU activity on a Linux system?”, something that could be useful in some scenarios like testing or development, or just benchmarking with additional tools. Read More …

The Locate command (Linux)

If there is something that is quite vital, on Linux systems in CLI mode (no GUIs, no KDE or Gnome), is to have a simple way to search for specific files/folders on the filesystem. To do this we can install and use the locate utility, on Linux systems. Read More …

Find Apache httpd.conf/apache2.conf Configuration File [New Question]

A quick question, answered on Heelpbook, about how to “Find Apache httpd.conf/apache2.conf Configuration File”. This can save time when there’s need to configure an existing httpd/Apache web server already installed on a Linux system. Read More …

Unable to resolve host {hostname}: Name or service not known (Linux)

The “Unable to resolve host” on Linux systems, while using sudo or apt-get on Terminal or on headless configurations could be annoying. The fix for this kind of scenario is simple and involves the system hostname. Read More …

Multiple ways to install Raspbian on Raspberry Pi

Let’ see some good ways on how to install and access a brand new Raspberry Pi device on your LAN even direclty on WiFi on first boot, with no need of external keyboard, monitor and mouse. Read More …