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How To Find The Process ID Of A Program And Kill It

It often happens that you need to kill an unresponsive program. In Windows you have task manager for this situation. In Linux one can use the terminal to kill a running or unresponsive program. Using the terminal is better than… Baca selengkapnya How To Find The Process ID Of A Program And Kill It

Multi Ping Tool

Here screenshot on multi ping tool on Mac. To give a title to Terminal follow this instruction: Right click to Terminal tabs   Give a title to the tab   Hope this useful for you to watch the connection of… Baca selengkapnya Multi Ping Tool

Twitter Client for Linux

I don’t know if this is the best or not but my decision is goes to Polly, manage multiple columns of multiple Twitter accounts for Linux. I use Zorin one of distro Ubuntu which so much easy to use and… Baca selengkapnya Twitter Client for Linux

Install Latest Firefox on Ubuntu

I Just installed Zorin one of Ubuntu distro which I think more familiar because you can choose your desktop theme to Windows 7, Windows XP or Mac OS X. And the important thing is ease to use because the PC… Baca selengkapnya Install Latest Firefox on Ubuntu

Identification Hardware Specs on Ubuntu

This is what I like when using Linux. You can identification hardware specs your PC only by type command on terminal without install any program. To identification your hardware on Ubuntu just type this command on Terminal: lshw lshw (Hardware… Baca selengkapnya Identification Hardware Specs on Ubuntu

Show All Devices on Mac

I’m trying to create Windows Bootable from Mac and I use UNetbootin, but I’m not sure with the drive mounted, USB flash drive written as /dev/disk1s1. Since I’m man with so much extra cautious, I checked with Terminal to show… Baca selengkapnya Show All Devices on Mac

List All Files in Folder and Subfolders on Mac

Open [highlight color=”green”]Terminal[/highlight] and go to root folder you want to list and type: ls -R > list.txt  

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