By Sourabh / January 12, 2019 Category: How To, Ubuntu How to check system configuration in Ubuntu through terminal. inxi is a CLI system information tool that displays system information on Ubuntu terminal command line. inxi is a command line system information script built for for console and IRC. It is also used for forum technical support, as a debugging tool, to quickly ascertain user system configuration and hardware. inxi shows system hardware, CPU, drivers, Xorg, Desktop, Kernel, GCC version(s), Processes, RAM usage, and a wide variety of other useful information. inxi output varies between CLI and IRC, with some default filters and color options applied to IRC use. Script colors can be turned off if desired with -c 0, or changed using the -c color options listed in the OPTIONS section below. Install inxi On Ubuntu inxi CLI system information tool can be easily installed on Ubuntu … [Read more...] about How To Check System Configuration In Ubuntu Through Terminal
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Cloud data centers have changed the networking topology and how data moves throughout a large data center, prompting significant changes in the architecture of the chips used to route that data and raising a whole new set of design challenges. Cloud computing has emerged as the fast growing segment of the data center market. In fact, it is expected to grow three-fold in the next few years, and by 2021 it is forecast to account for 95% of all data center traffic, according to Cisco’s Global Cloud Index Forecast. A key part of that equation is virtualization, which allows for dynamic allocation of compute instances and workloads to keep up with the dynamic nature of cloud services. Looked at from a different angle, more than 75% of the traffic now flows in the east-west direction, from server to server, within the datacenter. That raises the first set of issues because the traditional three-tier network topology is optimized for north-south client-server traffic, so it cannot … [Read more...] about Cloud Forcing Big Changes In Networking Chips
CleanMyMac is an app that monitors your system and recommends data to purge. With one click of the Scan button, you can dump gigabytes of built up caches, unused apps, mail attachments, temporary memory, and a whole lot more. Today, MacPaw released a major update to CleanMyMac X that completely changes the interface, adds a few awesome new features, and continues to provide an easy way for you to clear out your Mac's junk. See at MacPaw What's new in CleanMyMac X? I know I don't need CleanMyMac. I can do all of the cleaning actions it offers myself by going into different files and manually deleting things. Since macOS Sierra, Apple even offers its own version of a Mac cleaner with Optimize Storage, Reduce Clutter, and Empty Trash Automatically. That being said, I love CleanMyMac because it's so much easier to use than digging around my system, removing old files, clearing caches, deleting cookies, freeing up memory, and all the other Mac cleaner tools that it does for me with just a … [Read more...] about CleanMyMac X review: the simplest way to keep your Mac clean
Like the Force, WiFi signals surround us, penetrate us, and bind our devices together. They’re also similar in that both are prone to dark spots. With the Force, it takes 9 movies and 40 years to work out. With WiFi, all you need is NetSpot.NetSpot Pro visualizes, optimizes, and troubleshoots wireless networks with any Mac. It offers a ‘heat map’ of connectivity, so you can see any dead zones and optimize hotspot placement. There are much deeper functions, too, like checking radio channels, collecting survey data, and grouping access points in a bunch of different ways. It’s also a great way to perform internet speed tests. So if you’re setting up a big wifi network or just having trouble with one at home, this app can restore balance. Buy now: Get a lifetime license to NetSpot Pro for $39. That’s a massive 80 percent off the usual price. … [Read more...] about NetSpot identifies and troubleshoots any dead zones in your WiFi network.
soon be sold to anyone who wants it. DNS is also slow. So, in order to fix both of these problems, you need to change your DNS provider to one that is both private, and fast. That’s Cloudflare’s new 22.214.171.124 service. Cult of Mac into your browser, a computer somewhere (usually your internet provider) looks up the actual IP address of that site. The common analogy is that of a phone book, which would be good if anyone under 30 knew what a phone book was. This all happens before you connect to the actual website you requested. DNS lookup happens every time you click a link to site, not just when you type a URL into your browser. There are a few problems with DNS: It’s slow. Often your ISP treats your DNS like it treats the router it provides you — as a cheap afterthought. It’s completely non-private. Your ISP knows every site you visit. It’s spoofable. A dodgy DNS service can redirect you to spoof sites. A fake banking site, for example. It can be used … [Read more...] about How to speed up your internet and stop your ISP tracking you