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How to measure memory usage in Linux

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openlogic.com: Whether you are a system administrator or a developer, sometimes you need to consider the use of memory in GNU/Linux processes and programs. In this article we'll look at three utilities that report information about the memory used on a GNU/Linux system.

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  • Hewlett Packard brings Ubuntu to China
  • CloudOn Joins The Document Foundation Advisory Board
  • Sugar, A Desktop Environment For Kids
  • Ledger – A Powerful Command Line Accounting Tool
  • The Fedorian Desktop Dare
  • Legend of Dungeon Released
  • Alternate Applications For Your Kubuntu / Mint KDE
  • Video of Time-Saving Commands
  • How to Download Subtitles to VLC in Ubuntu
  • Freeciv 2.4.0 Released
  • Skolelinux 7.1 Beta 2 Available
  • camshot: You didn’t think it was possible
  • Why Open Source?
  • Mint Repositories will be down Sep 18
  • Government of Argentina Launches Linux Distribution
  • First Alpha for FreeBSD 10 Released
  • Lightweight Ubuntu Software Center AppGrid available
  • Iesabel - A New Unity3D Powered Hack 'n' Slash Released On Desura
  • SUPERHOT FPS Where Time Only Moves When You Do
  • When Chrome OS & Linux Mint Collide: The Basics of Cr OS
  • How to identify video formats from command line on Linux

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  • openSUSE: zypper - the basics and beyond
  • Freeware: Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth
  • EditShare Serves Up Lightworks on Windows, Mac and Linux at IBC2013
  • ScreenFetch: The BASH Screenshot Information Tool
  • Introducing run-one-constantly, run-one-until-failure and run-one-until-success
  • Intel MinnowBoard Review – No Competition
  • My Developer Wants to Use Open Source Software: Now What?
  • FreeBSD Is No Longer Building GCC By Default
  • Binary diff between libc from ScientificLinux and CentOS
  • KarBOOM A Car-Crashing Game With A Multiplayer Focus
  • Linux Pmap Command – Find How Much Memory Process Use
  • Install Linux from USB Device using Unetbootin & dd
  • Highly Recommended LaTeX Editors for Linux
  • TLLTS Episode 522
  • FLOSS Weekly 264

A Beginner’s Guide To Install Gentoo

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unixmen.com: Gentoo, a distribution of choice for nerds. Well at least this is what many people think of Gentoo. This distribution is no doubt hard to install and maintain. And to add to the pain, here comes compilation. But it is worth the pain.

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  • Running, Stopped, Killed? A user shouldn’t care
  • clipf: Cryptic, but powerful
  • kwin and catalyst drivers
  • logtailer: Watching the logs in real time
  • 15 Python Array Examples – Declare, Append, Index, Remove, Count
  • $32 Million Or Not: 5 Reasons Why Ubuntu Edge Is Already A Success
  • Linux Cat Command Explained With Examples
  • Linux popularity rises as enterprises conquer 'irrational fears'
  • The Chaos Engine Remake Hits PC, Mac, Linux
  • Give the new LibreOffice Sidebar a try
  • Linux Format 175 On Sale Today - Next Generation Sysadmin
  • Linux Crazy: Gnome 3.8 | Systemd + The new Gentoo Trustees ++
  • Finding Files Modified in the Past Few Days
  • rndc retransfer failed: not found
  • Using a git push tree
  • The Linux Kernel: Configuring the Kernel Part 5

Running Linux on a Windows PC: Your getting started guide

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itworld.com: It used to be easy to run Linux on any PC. That changed with Windows 8 and Secure Boot, but it's still doable. Here's how...

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  • GRUB2 Rescue
  • Python comprehensions for sysadmins
  • Linux wc Command – File Count Options
  • How to build a network attached storage (NAS) server with Openfiler
  • vim scripts: vim-arpeggio, Matchmaker
  • The Cron Daemon
  • The Linux Kernel: Configuring the Kernel Part 4

How to install a fully portable desktop on a USB for on-the-go access

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techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen shows you the steps to install Porteus, a fully-encapsulated desktop that you can take with you on a USB.

Funny And Interesting Linux Commands – Part II

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mylinuxbook.com: In part-I of this article series, we covered many interesting and funny Linux command line utilities. So, definitely, we want more. So here in this article, we shall discuss more such interesting command including a few games.

Unix: Getting from here to there (routing basics)

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itworld.com: You need to understanding routing tables if you're going to do any kind of network troubleshooting. Let's take a look at what Linux commands can tell you about how your system is making connections.

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