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Although i find that @nux gave the good answer, i have to indicate a simple way to install CPU-G for people without use of add-apt-repository utility. In that case the CPU-G sourceforge tarball or CPU-G deb download is a convenient way


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I believe it's asking you for a #!/bin/bash to tell it to run a bash script. In the terminal, you are already running bash. When you run a command in a terminal it runs a bash command. To run bash commands as a script, you usually include a header that specifies the interpreter. Use this instead: #!/bin/bash netstat -an | grep -c 8105 If that doesn't ...


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I seem to have proven my above comment incorrect. With perf, you can view system cache information much the same way ps will let you monitor cache hits/misses, which is just as good as anything else, as the cache is fully loaded as soon as enough data/instructions pass through it to fill it. Be aware that linux-tools (the package installed by apt for you to ...


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You can use sudo lsof -cprogram_name to list all the open files and sockets of the named program. man lsof is good, too.


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You can use netstat to see all of the programs that are listening on or using the network. netstat -plntu will show you all programs that are currently listening on some interface and port. netstat -an will show you which programs and processes are currently using the network.



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