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Recently I started to play with scapy – a powerful interactive packet manipulation and custom packet generation program written using Python. Please note that this tool is not for a new Linux / UNIX users. This tool requires extensive knowledge of network protocols, packets, layers and other hardcore networking concepts. This tool is extermly useful […]

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You can use “type” or “whereis” command to find out which command shell executes and to print binary (command) file location for specified command. whereis command example Display ls command location along with man page path: whereis ls Output: ls: /bin/ls /usr/share/man/man1p/ls.1p.gz /usr/share/man/man1/ls.1.gz type command example Find out which command the shell executes: type -a […]

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When you work in tech support department and deal with inexperienced clients debugging problems turns into a nightmare. As a sysadmin, you won’t become too paranoid if less experienced people have root-access. As a consultant, you won’t feel isolated if you don’t have remote access to your systems. As a support engineer, you won’t become […]

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I am responsible for couple of MS-Windows servers and Windows XP/Vista/7 workstations too. When I work from home, I need a way to get into Windows XP/2000/Vista/2003/2008/7/Vista operating systems for work.

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Some time it is necessary to print a Linux man or info page. To print a ls command man page type the following command:

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