Terminal is one of the important applications installed by default on most Linux distributions. This application is usually used to type a specific command on the computer for example to install an application, delete, or update the repository. There are many types of terminal emulator applications that you can choose.
One of the jobs of the Linux kernel—and all operating systemkernels—is to manage the resources available to the system. When those resourcesget used up, what should it do? If the resource is RAM, there's not muchchoice. It's not feasible to take over the behavior of any piece of usersoftware, understand what that software does, and make it more memory-efficient. Instead, the kernel has very little choice but to try toidentify the software that is most responsible for using up the system'sRAM and kill that process.
gphotos-sync is a command line tool for backing up Google Photos (including separate albums) using the Google Photos Library API, for Linux, macOS and Windows. Use it periodically to grab all newly added photos, keeping a complete Google Photos backup on a server or desktop.
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