Is there a linux terminal command that lets you see the amount of data coming in to your tcp connections in real time?
It would be something similar to top, where you see your cpu processes in real time. I'm not looking for a GUI like Wireshark to do it.
This is a basic question - in the movie "The Social Network" there are several scenes when the young Facebook staff is watching the PHP/Apache server logs on in their TERMINAL in real time. I'm ...
I have used 'sudo apt-get install mysql-server', and it asks me if I want to install 2 files. mysql-server is already the newest version. 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 7 not ...
My Terminal is awesome, has every detail just right (for me anyway), and now I'm setting up a few new macs around here and I have no idea whatsoever how to get their terminals to a pretty state. My ...
I have around 300 baby macs to look after, and they have lots of different admin accounts, which is a nightmare to work with. ARD has slowly been configured with the accounts of the machine owners, ...
I'm using a linode VPS and I just cloned one of my servers to my development server as I've done many times before. As usual SSH is inaccessible until /etc/network/interfaces is correctly updated. I ...
Anyone suggest a good ssh terminal emulator for windows (connecting to RHEL box) and proper terminal type?
We have an old C program which has traditionally been run from SCO boxes. We have a customer that went with RackSpace running RHEL and we got the app recompiled. We have a problem with terminal ...
I have a server in which SCO 5.x is installed. I have several thin clients which were supplied from our head office. Those thin clients have linux pre-installed in them. When we tried to connect to ...
we have set up a Windows 2008 R2 Terminal Server. On this server, we want to run an application which needs another path for the option "Start in" than the application itself. In a shortcut, this is ...