Three ways to lock your Ubuntu screen

Lock Ubuntu Screen

When you have to take a break from work but do not want to end your current session, locking your computer screen is the way out. You can, of course, shut down your system and start it again when you are back, but that means you have to save all your work and open it … Read more

How to Remotely Manage Ubuntu Server with SSH

Ubuntu SSH

You may often have to access remote servers to administer, manage, and troubleshoot and there are several ways to do this. You may use telnet to login to remote servers; FTP allows transferring files between different servers. However, these programs are not secure enough for connecting to critical servers. SSH, secure shell is a cryptographic … Read more

3 Ways to Reboot Ubuntu through the Command Line

Reboot Ubuntu on Commandline

Most Linux users, especially admins, depend upon the command line to perform frequent tasks on Ubuntu; one such task is rebooting/restarting your system. We tend to restart our systems for various reasons. One of these reasons is that some software requires rebooting at the end of the installation so that it can become fully operational. … Read more

Linux lsof command explained with 12 practical examples

Linux LSOF Command

The lsof is an acronym for List of open files that displays detailed info on which files are held open on a Linux system and which processes have opened them. It was developed and supported by Victor A. Abell. This article will help you to understand the lsof command usage along with 12 practical examples. … Read more

The Powerful World of Ubuntu Keyboard Shortcuts

Ubuntu Keyboard Shortcuts

Ubuntu has a number of keyboard shortcuts that you can use to increase your productivity with minimal effort. If you have a good grip on the keyboard shortcuts, you can do without the mouse, which saves a lot of time. Also, you can focus more on your work instead of following the mouse pointer. Keyboard … Read more

Fix wrong Keyboard Layout in Ubuntu

Is the Ubuntu Keyboard layout not working? Most Ubuntu users want to use their native language as the primary input language when using their system. Using the Ubuntu preferences utility, you can add your native language as a keyboard input source. This language can be configured to be used as the default keyboard layout. This … Read more