Quick analysis of a Linux system

Sometimes happens that you need to take a look at an unknown Linux system or that you have to quickly analyze the problems of a Linux server. You’re lucky because, on Linux, there are some commands to start an in-depth analysis and that serve to understand what’s happening behind the scene.   Looking, administer, analysis. Going down with command line[…]

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A Vim-like window manager

Vim was originally released for the Amiga, Vim has since been developed to be cross-platform, supporting many other platforms. Howm is lightweight, X11 tiling window manager that behaves like Vim. Howm configuration is pretty much stock, aside from the colour of the borders.

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Debian Openbox

Openbox window manager in Debian with a bright eye candy from unixporn on Reddit. Openbox is a window manager, not a desktop environment. Openbox is only responsible for maintaining the windows you open on your screen, nothing else.

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