When using a GNU Linux system it is really useful to be able to manage what running process are doing, this could be simply seeing what system resources are being used, or stopping processes from running, to changing how they run with tools such as nice / renice.
The console / terminal top, gives you a view of all the running processes and allows you to control these processes easily.
If you would like a slightly different tool that allows you to move up / down the process list, you may want to loop at htop. This seems to offer the same functionality as top. Top is probably better for running so you can keep an eye on what things are doing.
OTHER RELATED TOOLS
These tools offer the sort of functionality that is achieved by commands such as :
But you need to look these up and read up about them on on the man page(s).
In my first ansi weather post I was looking at using sed to strip colour codes from the program output. It turns out and covered in the second post that all that is needed is the -a false argument to the program.
Nevertheless, sed is still worth learning. To this end, the following resources may be useful.
Sed video tutorial
If you save this in to a text file you can follow along with the video. It is similar to the text from the video.
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