Information is the key to resolving any computer problem, including problems with or relating to Linux and the hardware on which it runs. There are many tools available for most distributions. These tools can be used to obtain huge amounts of information.
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Simplify your network by disabling IPv6.
Use systemd-analyze to get insights and solve problems with Linux startup performance.
Find the root cause of hard-to-track errors by diving into your systemd journals.
Create QR codes the easy — FOSS — way.
Networking is what makes the Internet, the cloud, file shares, media streaming, remote administration, printing, and much more possible. When something goes wrong, it can sometimes be challenging to diagnose. One of the most fundamental diagnostic tools for networked connectivity is the ping command.
Learn how systemd uses calendar time, timestamps, and timespans to control when things happen.
Whether you’re sailing down a local river or setting out on the open seas, keep track of your nautical location with OpenCPN.
Keep your computer time in sync with NTP, Chrony, and systemd-timesyncd.
systemd starts as many services as possible in parallel during the Linux startup sequence. Learn how to create a new systemd service and how to determine the order in which services start within that parallelism.
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Remember the days when exploring the cosmos meant bundling up, venturing out into the night, and hoping your local planetarium wasn't booked solid? Those stargazing...
systemd is powerful troubleshooting tool. The information we can extract from it points the way toward solving problems.
I used a Fedora Live USB to hack into my systems, enter recovery mode, and resolve a problem that I’d created on multiple computers.
Using these tools can show how much of your disk is being used no matter how much storage you have.