There are ways to check CPU information on Linux. Probably the most common is the lscpu command that gives you plenty of information about all the CPU cores on your system. lscpu command output You may find CPU information there without installing
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By default, all Linux distributions already come pre-installed with a terminal application or terminal emulator (correct technical term). Of course, depending on the desktop environment, it will look and feel different. Here’s the thing about Linux. You are not restricted to what
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There are two popular ways to check disk usage in Linux terminal: du command and df command. The du command is more for checking the space used by a directory and the df command gives you the disk utilization on filesystem level.
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Brief: Quickly access your terminal that is customizable and powerful for a variety of users with Guake Terminal emulator. Guake Terminal: Top-Down Terminal for GNOME Desktop Guake is a terminal emulator that’s tailored for GNOME desktop with a top-down design. It was
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