As we say good-bye to 2013, I’d like to leave you with two really nifty tips that may be of value in 2014.
pkgs.org – this site is akin to the human genom project for Linux. They track dependencies in an easy, clean, way. With only a single Adwords advertisement on a left hand banner, the site is free from distractions and allows anyone in search of a Linux package a easy and clear way to find what you’re looking for.
glances – simply the best individual system monitoring tool ever. From the command line you can see CPU, network, disk, processes. It’s writen in Python, and you can access glance remotely. What more can you ask for?