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This article will guide you on how to use shortcut keys when dealing with #LibreOffice Writer documents.
These #shortcut key combinations will ease your life a lot as they will save your time that is spent in performing the most frequently used operations.
If the active cell is empty Ctrl+A selects the whole table; otherwise it selects the contents of the active cell. Depressing Ctrl+A a second time selects the entire table. If the active cell is empty Ctrl+Home moves the cursor to the beginning of the table.
To make a table in LibreOffice writer:
1. Place the cursor in your document where you want to insert the table.
2. Choose Table - Insert - Table.
3. In the Size area, enter the number of rows and columns.
4. Select the options that you want, click OK.
This article will guide you on methods to uninstall a #package using #Yum. You need to just type the package name with root privileges. Moreover, we have also seen how to remove a single package, multiple, and group by using the Yum package manager.
apt remove just removes the binaries of a package.
It leaves residue configuration files. apt purge removes everything related to a package including the configuration files.
To uninstall a program in #Linux Mint terminal:
1. Uninstall software in Linux mint from the main menu.
2. Confirm that you want to #remove the package.
3. Open the Software Manager.
4. Search for a program to remove using the software manager.
5. Remove software in Linux #Mint using the software manager.
6. Open Synaptic package manager.
This article will guide you on how to install and configure the #Nagios #monitoring solution on Linux. We have also explained how to setup remote hosts for monitoring. Now you can easily monitor the health of #Linux #hosts and the services running on them.
Nagios is an open source monitoring system for computer systems. It was designed to run on the Linux operating system and can monitor devices running Linux, Windows and Unix operating systems (OSes).
Nagios provides complete monitoring of applications and application state – including Windows applications, Linux applications, UNIX applications, and Web applications.
To install Nagios Plugins and NRPE daemon on the Remote Linux Host:
1. Install Required Dependencies.
2. Create Nagios User.
3. Install the Nagios Plugins.
4. Extract Nagios Plugins.
5. Compile and Install Nagios Plugins.
6. Install Xinetd.
This article will guide you on how to shut down your Debian 10 system properly using different methods.
If you run a desktop environment, there is usually an option to "log out" available from the #application menu that allows you to shutdown (or #reboot) the system.
Alternatively you can press the key combination Ctrl+Alt+Del.
To shut down #Linux:
1. To shut down the system from a terminal session, sign in or "su" to the "root" account.
2. Then type ``/sbin/shutdown -r now''. It may take several moments for all processes to be terminated, and then Linux will shut down.
This article will guide you on how to install and configure the Zabbix server on #Linux. You have also learned how to install and configure the Zabbix agent on the Zabbix server and the client #machines. Now you can easily keep track of the servers and monitor their health.
Zabbix server is the central process of #Zabbix software. The server performs the polling and trapping of data, it calculates triggers, sends notifications to users.
The server can itself remotely check networked services (such as web servers and mail servers) using simple service checks.
You can now start the Zabbix server and agent by running the commands:
sudo systemctl start zabbix-server.
sudo systemctl start zabbix-agent.
This article will guide you on how to check the #memory #usage on the #CentOS 8 system. Moreover, we have executed different commands such as cat, free, #vmstat, top and htop that are used to display the memory information.
sudo apt-get clean clears out the local #repository of retrieved package files.It removes everything but the lock file from /var/cache/apt/archives/ and /var/cache/apt/archives/partial/. Another possibility to see what happens when we use the command sudo apt-get clean is to simulate the execution with the -s -option.
Using these commands, you can easily get information about your system RAM, and CPU.
Commands to check memory usage on Linux:
1. free command. The free command is the most simple and easy to use command to check memory usage on linux.
2. /proc/meminfo. The next way to check memory usage is to read the /proc/meminfo file. 3. vmstat. The vmstat command with the s option, lays out the memory usage statistics much like the proc command.
5. top command.