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whereis Not quite the same, but should give you the binary's location like 'which' does.
This should be a standard solution: type type -t type -p
You can get stats from netstat via the -s flag, and per-process from the -p flag.
There are a number of open source and commercial monitoring (and alerting) tools. Nagios is fairly popular but a pain to configure... this goes double for OpenTSDB. If you're running a business (sounds like it with the sites), I'd recommend investing in commercial software like Metrink or New Relic. They can be expensive, but worth it to help keep your ...
I'd actually recommend sticking with Filezilla. It's one of the most feature-rich graphical FTP clients on any platform, and the GUI is continually improving. Installation on Ubuntu / Debian / Linux Mint is as simple as sudo apt-get install filezilla.
There are two ways: either run a Linux MP3 tag editor and arrange for it to display on your Windows machine, or run a Windows MP3 tag editor and arrange for your Windows machine to see the Linux machine's files. Run a Linux GUI program from Windows On Linux, SSH lets you run commands remotely. This includes the ability to run GUI applications on the remote ...
I assume your Linux FS is one of ext2/3/4. If so you can use Paragon ExtFS for Windows or ext2fsd. It will be mounted locally on your windows machine and then you can use your software to edit mp3 tags.
Have you considered the iCloud based Keynote offering. Obviously not a REPLACEMENT, or OPEN, but it will give you some of that Apple polish on Linux.
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