10 wget commands to download - Command Line Downloader | LINUX INTERNETWORKS Wget is a command line utility tool to download files from your network. It supports http, https, and ftp protocols. If you are accessing remote machine and you want to download some files from other machine or internet, you need to use this utility. I here list some of the useful wget commands for downloading the files from network. Basic syntax of wget wget option… URL…
Customizing your xterm Posted by Steve on Thu 30 Dec 2004 at 18:29 xterm is the default terminal emulator, or shell program, that people use when running the X11 Window System. Despite its apparent simplicity it's very customizable, allowing you to change fonts, sizes, and colours with only a little effort. Many newcomers to Linux don't realise that there are menu options available with xterms and instead seem to believe that they must use the KDE, or GNOME terminal applications to get adjust fonts.
Posted 05 June 2012 - 12:38 AM OK, thanks, Guys, for the info on how you set up your pacman.conf. Arch News says, "...enable package verification through the SigLevel option..." and then the default is, as Josh noted, to have SigLevel commented out -- which seemed contradictory to me. At present, mine is set as "PackageRequired" and it's not commented out, so I guess if I don't change it I'm in for a bad case of pellagra. Or something.... "Computing is fractal; wherever you look, there is infinite complexity." - Jim Gray [arch-announce] Having pacman verify packages - Bruno's All Things Linux - Scot's Newsletter Forums
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How to add Swap on Linux EmailShare 126EmailShare Swap is a type of filesystem and is a virtual memory. Whenever your RAM is full, your operating system will look for further memory in your swap space. For this reason, you reserve some part of the hard disk to create a swap partition.
From time to time, we execute several commands, such as commands of update,upgrade,install, and remove ... and after we close our Terminal. This trick will close the terminal automatically for you after a period of time after being inactive. We open the file /etc/profile with any editor you like (as root), I prefer Gedit : How to close automatically the terminal after a certain period of inactivity
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Installing User Mode Linux Abstract This article will show you how to do a basic installation of usermode linux on a 126.96.36.199 kernel. This document, Installing User Mode Linux is copyright (c) 2006 by the Clarkson Open Source Institute. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is available at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html.
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Text smaller Text bigger Who in the world knows as much about you and your private thoughts as Google? That’s the question Katherine Albrecht, radio talk-show host and spokeswoman for Startpage, a search engine that protects user privacy, is posing to American Internet surfers. “It would blow people’s minds if they knew how much information the big search engines have on the American public,” she told WND. “In fact, their dossiers are so detailed they would probably be the envy of the KGB.” Google exposed in Joseph Farah’s “Stop the Presses!” Killer way to slay the Google beast!
Howto: Linux shell restricting access By default when you add new user to system (/etc/passwd file) it grant shell access. If you are creating new users for POP3 or SMTP (mail server) or FTP then you do not need to grant shell access to a user. Remember as soon as you add a user he/she can login via telnet or ssh. The best way to put Linux shell access restriction is to use special shell called nologin, which politely refuse a login.
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How to hack email passwords using Linux and Ettercap Need to know your significant other's email password? Perhaps they're cheating on your virtually—and you need to figure out if it's true, which unfortunately means eavesdropping on their email conversations. But getting someone's password for their email account isn't easy. It's a hard task, but not an impossible one, as this video shows.
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