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 How do i show memory usage on a linux server?

Answer Log in to the Linux server using the Shell console. Enter the administrator username and password as the login. Enter the "free -m" command without the quotes to view the total amount of physical a... Read More »
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How do I check memory usage in Linux?

Right-click on the desktop. Click "Terminal" from the menu to open the command prompt window. Type the command "free -m" in the terminal and press "Enter" on the keyboard to execute the command. Re... Read More »
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Converting Windows server files to a Linux server?

Just copy the data over that all you need to do!!!!!!!Libre office will open all microsoft office files.The problem you may have are contact lists and databases. ( a bit of googling will find the a... Read More »
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Question about Windows server and Linux server?

Samba is what you are looking for. It may be installed with your Linux server.http://www.samba.org/samba/what_is_samba…
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How to Get CPU Usage in Linux?

To get CPU usage in Linux, use the "top" command in a shell. The "top" command is "the single most useful utility for process management," says Sander van Vugt, author of "Beginning the Linux Comma... Read More »
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