This is simply a re-post of How to find out which processes are using swap space in Linux? which in return is based on northernmost.org’s Swap Usage – 5 Years Later Use like this:
Just as a reminder to myself, I will repost this post on baeldung: Recursively Deleting Files With a Specific Extension Get an idea of what you’ll be deleting: Reminder: Do backups and check that you’re in the correct location before starting the execution.
This is important: Look before you paste from websites to console! http://lifepluslinux.blogspot.com/2017/01/look-before-you-paste-from-website-to.html
I tried setting up a Xenial vagrant guest on my Mac yesterday, using the official ubuntu/boxes/xenial64 and ran into various problems. Some are mentioned here: Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Guest on Vagrant – vagrant init bento/ubuntu-16.04 by Tero Karvinen But one of the most relevant problems is that the official box does not use the conventional… Continue Reading The problem with vagrant and Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus guest
My commandline setup with tilda and fish. Continue Reading My commandline setup
On my nifty snippets I post some code snippets for various tools or coding languages I work with. Continue Reading niftySnippets Github