My installed OS is Ubuntu 12.10, 64 bit, English, kernel version 188.8.131.52
Which commands must I issue at the terminal window to find out the names of programs that connect to the internet immediately after Ubuntu boots up?
To view connections with LISTENING state netstat must be invoked with additional
NetHogs is a handy little tool which shows you what processes are utilizing your bandwidth. You can startup this application immediately after reboot and you would know which programs are connecting to the internet at startup.
Step 1 : Install NetHogs with the following command:
Step 2 : Once installed, you may run nethogs with the following command:
You may quit the program by pressing Ctrl + C.