Today I will be showing you how to create a swap file in Linux. There are many reasons why you may want to use a swap file, one of those reasons may be that you are using a droplet or VPS with a low amount of RAM.
If you are coming from a Windows desktop and looking for a way to install Notepad++ on your new Linux desktop then you are in luck. You actually have 2 options available for you, one of them is to install Wine (to run Windows applications inside Linux), the other is to install Notepadqq which is a Notepad++ clone that runs natively in Linux (no wine required).
In this post I will be showing you how to manage services in Linux. This includes listing all available services and their respective status, starting, stopping, checking status, and restarting services. This is something that everyone who runs a Linux server or desktop needs to know, and while the title may sound intimidating it’s really quite simple.