Interesting external blog about server configurations: https://www.server-world.info
) is a terminal multiplexer allowing you to run remote ssh sessions independently from your connection status.
For keyboard shortcuts read https://www.tmuxcheatsheet.com
. The ones I use mostly:
- New terminal: CTRL + B and then C
- Previous opened terminal: CTRL + B and then P
ncdu can show on a terminal the file and directory sizes and you can browse them in the terminal to find file that use too much space.
If you wrote a bash script and you need a tool to verify your code, use shellcheck (https://github.com/koalaman/shellcheck