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whereis Not quite the same, but should give you the binary's location like 'which' does.


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This should be a standard solution: type type -t type -p


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You can get stats from netstat via the -s flag, and per-process from the -p flag.


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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.


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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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