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Linux optimisée pour les vieux ordinateurs Linux optimisée pour les vieux ordinateurs Si vous possédez un vieil ordinateur chez vous, qu’il est trop vieux pour être recyclé en serveur de fichiers, et qu’il n’est pas assez vieux pour être une pièce de collection, vous devez avoir du mal à lui trouver encore un usage moderne… Pas de panique, j’ai trouvé une distribution Linux spécialement adaptée pour les vieux ordinateurs peu puissants, qui vous permettra d’installer un système d’exploitation récent dessus et même d’utiliser des logiciels actuels :Bodhi Linux est une distribution demandant au minimum un processeur i386 de 300 Mhz, 128 Mo de mémoire vive et 1.5 Go d’espace disque. Autant dire qu’avec une telle machine il vous est bien entendu impossible d’installer un système fonctionnel moderne tel qu’un Windows ^^ Et malgré la faible puissance demandée, Bodhi garde une esthétique très actuelle : Non seulement vous avez un bureau fonctionnel, mais aussi un navigateur Internet moderne : Filez redonner une nouvelle vie à votre vieil ordinateur qui prend la poussière Source
Un OS pour vos enfants Je vous avais déjà parlé de Qimo, une distrib linux pour les enfants. Et bien je vais en rajouter 3 autres à ce blog, que je ne connaissais pas. Tout d'abord Foresight Kids. Kiddix dispose aussi de logiciels éducatifs et de jeux mais est surtout un vrai petit OS Linux avec un navigateur, une calculatrice, une suite open office conçus pour les enfants. Enfin, la dernière distrib est française (Cocorico !) C'est quand même plus sympa comme ça non ? [Source et photo] Vous avez aimé cet article ? Un OS pour vos enfants
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Linux Linux Chegou o Netbeans 8, um dos melhores IDEs para programação O mundo da programação de aplicações está em constante mudança. Se há uns anos atrás uma aplicação nativa era o ideal para correr numa máquina, hoje em dia a vertente Web e os dispositivos móveis mudaram por completo todo o paradigma associado ao desenvolvimento de aplicações. Quando se fala em plataformas para desenvolvimento, o Netbeans da Oracle é sem duvida uma das mais robustas, completas e populares pois dá suporte a um conjunto vasto de tecnologias. Hoje vamos conhecer as novidades do Netbeans 8. Leia a notícia completa » PiPplware – Algumas dicas de utilização (Parte II) Foi no passado dia 10 de Março que o Pplware deu a conhecer o PiPplware, uma distribuição portuguesa para o Raspberry PI. Esta distribuição foi desenvolvida pelo nosso leitor Diogo Santos e tem como principal objectivo a simplicidade de uso, não sendo necessário grandes conhecimentos técnicos de linux para se poder usufruir das suas capacidades.
Command line tricks for smart geeks Everyone knows the answer to the question of life, the universe and everything is "42", but for the first time we can reveal the question. It is this: how many command-line tricks must a man memorise? You see, graphical user interfaces are all well and good, but when you want to get real work done it's time to switch to the terminal. And so, we squeezed our brain cells, dug through dusty piles of old issues of Linux Format, and sat reflecting quietly over many a pint of ale, all with the goal of bringing you this: 42 awesome new command line tricks we think you ought to commit to memory. So, strap yourself in and get ready for command-line heaven: it's time to kick ass and chew bubble gum, and we're all out of gum... (PS: if you're looking for general Linux tips, check out our previous two articles: Linux tips every geek should know and More Linux tips every geek should know. Make your own Bash wormholes Before we look at how to use it, it's worth going over how we typically see pipes. . . Command line tricks for smart geeks
4 Strange And Disturbing Linux Distros You Probably Won’t Be Installing Linux is the operating system of choice for those who decide to go their own way. The open source model means the building blocks are there for you if you decide that you need your very own operating system. This has resulted in more Linux distros than you could ever imagine. I’ll be saving the very worst for last, so prepare yourselves… Ubuntu Satanic Edition The distro of choice for satanists the world over, Ubuntu Satanic Edition is proof that there’s an Ubuntu distro for everyone. If you’d like to try out Satan’s own OS then you’ll have to download a live CD, which the team have predictably dubbed the “undead CD”, though I can’t really see why you’d be doing that. Ubuntu Satanic Edition has received numerous complaints and messages of discouragement. Hannah Montana Linux While most people won’t find Hannah Montana Linux anywhere near as “offensive” as the previous distro, it’s still probably not going to be your OS of choice unless you watch way too much Disney channel. Red Star OS 4 Strange And Disturbing Linux Distros You Probably Won’t Be Installing
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40 Linux Shell Commands for Beginners | A Platform to Express Your Ideas and Thoughts | fortystones Linux has more than 650 commands and every command has its own set of options all performing different operations. Going through each and every one of these commands will be a very tedious task. However limiting yourself to only a few of them is never an option. The trick here to learning all these commands, is to categorise them according to their function. By doing this, you will know atleast the basic commands and have some measure of control over the Linux command line. When you go through these commands, you will be able to perform different function as per your need in the Linux command line. Basic CommandsEditorUser AccountNetwork CommandsArchive CommandsHelp CommandsPackage Management UtilitiesProcess Commands The ‘must’ know commands fall in this category. Directory Commands pwd : Print working directorymkdir : Create directoriescd : Change the current directoryrmdir : Remove directories File Commands view contents of a short file, cat is recommended. I use ‘Vim’ frequently. $ man ls 40 Linux Shell Commands for Beginners | A Platform to Express Your Ideas and Thoughts | fortystones
La mejor distribución Linux En Linux.com nos cuentan cuál es, según su criterio, la mejor distribución Linux dependiendo del uso que le vayamos a dar. Útil para aquellos que quieran empezar en el mundo Linux y no sepan qué distribución elegir. Si es el caso, también te puede interesar el artículo sobre las 10 distros Linux más populares del mercado que escribí hace unos meses. Mejor distribución Linux para escritorio Ubuntu vence por estrecho margen a sus más inmediatos competidores, Fedora y openSUSE, principalmente porque sus desarrolladores siempre tienen en mente como prioridad la experiencia del usuario final. Además, el nivel de soporte de Ubuntu para sus productos de escritorio es claramente superior, lo que es muy importante en este clase de distribuciones, que son las que la mayoría de usuarios que empiecen a usar Linux utilizarán. Mejor distribución Linux para portátiles Mejor distribución Linux para la empresa Mejor distribución Linux para servidores de empresa Mejor distribución Linux LiveCD La mejor distribución Linux
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Installing Ubuntu on PS3 - PSHomebrew Note: Linux support on PS3 (that does not use OtherOS) is experimental. Whilst there is very little chance of damaging your console the current implementation of Linux may be unstable or include bugs. After following this tutorial you will: Have Ubuntu installed on your PS3. Have performed a few optimizations to to improve performance. Prerequisites A PS3 (Fat or Slim) with kmeaw's 3.55 CFW installed (other firmware versions may work but have not been tested). 10GB of free space on either internal or external drive. Initial Setup Either extract the Ubuntu image files to the root of an external drive or FTP them to the root of the PS3 internal drive (dev_hdd0) (Yes, the files should extract to around 10GB. Using PS3 VRAM as SWAP This will allow you to use the PS3 vram as a swap partition. Open terminal (it is the middle icon on the bar at top of the screen). This will only work until you reboot so we must now alter the ubuntu boot files to do this automatically when it starts. ps3vram Installing Ubuntu on PS3 - PSHomebrew
Petitboot is a graphical bootloader for the PlayStation 3. It's based on the existing kboot project, plus the twin windowing system for the GUI. At present, petitboot is very much a work-in-progress, but works on our test PS3. Petitboot is licensed under the GPL v2. screenshots download Petitboot, version 0.2: otheros.bld (PS3 flash image, 3.4M) The installing section below has instructions on installing petitboot. I have another image, same as the above, but with a telnet server, a ssh server and a http server enabled. otheros-petitboot+network.bld (PS3 flash image, 3.5M) You will need to rename this to otheros.bld after you download it. installing Put your otheros.bld file on to a USB disk, in a file called /PS3/otheros/otheros.bld. using petitboot When petitboot starts, it will try to find existing Linux installations, by looking for /etc/kboot.conf, /etc/yaboot.conf or /boot/petitboot.conf files on any storage device connected to the system. The keys available are: console sources building authors petitboot petitboot
Debian LiveCD - PS3 Developer wiki Debian LiveCD - PS3 Developer wiki Sometimes we need to boot Linux without HDD e.g. if you want to experiment with HDD encryption, enable/disable it without causing damage to your data. For such cases we need a LiveCD which doesn't mount HDD at boot. cd /root/livecd mksquashfs * ../root.sfs cd /root unsquashfs root.sfs cd squashfs-root # Make your changes mksquashfs * ../root-changed.sfs We need a Linux 3 kernel with overlayfs support so we could create a tmpfs over our read-only base filesystem. See my GIT repos: See my GIT repo: BusyBox[edit] We need a couple of user-space applications to mount filesystems, load kernel modules and so on. tar xvjf busybox-1.20.1.tar.bz2 cd busybox-1.20.1 make menuconfig make Creating Image[edit] USB[edit] And create kboot.conf in the root directory of your USB drive with this content: debianlive=/debianlive/vmlinux-3.6.4 initrd=/debianlive/initramfs.cpio.gz CDROM[edit] (files seem missing)
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An A-Z Index of the Bash command line for Linux Commands marked • are bash built-ins Many commands particularly the Core Utils are also available under alternate shells (C shell, Korn shell etc). More bash commands: Linux Command Directory from O'Reilly, GNU CoreUtils.SS64 bash discussion forumLinks to other Sites, books etc
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Pixiewps, Reaver & Aircrack-ng Wireless Penetration Testing Tool Updates | Kali Linux A short while ago, we packaged and pushed out a few important wireless penetration testing tool updates for aircrack-ng, pixiewps and reaver into Kali’s repository. These new additions and updates are fairly significant, and may even change your wireless attack workflows. Here’s a short run-down of the updates and the changes they bring. Pixiewps – Bruteforce WPS pins in seconds In the correct environment, pixiewps dramatically speeds up the WPS brute force attack time from what was taking up to 12 hours to a a few seconds. Aircrack-ng v1.2 RC2 Update Aircrack-ng is the de facto penetration tool suite – essential for any wireless penetration tests or assessments. pixiewps reaver aircrack-ng Also notice the new naming convention of the wireless virtual interfaces – wlanXmon, as opposed to monX. Goodbye mon0, hello wlan0mon! More verbose airmon-ng output When things are going right, everything is great! Updated Reaver WPS attack tool The Kali Community Rocks Stay fresh with Kali-Linux
Useful Commands for Kali Linux | kali linux tutorial New to Kali Linux ? or to Linux world at all ... yes welcome to this new experience be sure you will enjoy once you start to try ... and why not to try over and over we are learning at end and this is the most import part of it, commands and commands almost everything in Linux need a command we are not in Windows to click we are in Linux to write! so here is a list for some of the basic commands for Kali Linux lets start with details of commands1.Command: lsThe command “ls” stands for (List Directory Contents), List the contents of the folder, be it file or folder, from which it runs. exp: root@Kali:~# sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa Note: sudo allows user to borrow superuser privileged, while a similar command ‘su‘ allows user to actually log in as superuser. 4. exp: root@Kalitut:~# mkdir Kalitut Read (r)=4Write(w)=2Execute(x)=1 rwxr-x--x abc.sh root@Kali:~# chmod 777 abc.sh only read and write permission to all three. root@Kalitut:~# chmod 666 abc.sh 7. 8. 10.
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Regular expressions 4.1.1. What are regular expressions? A regular expression is a pattern that describes a set of strings. Regular expressions are constructed analogously to arithmetic expressions by using various operators to combine smaller expressions. The fundamental building blocks are the regular expressions that match a single character. 4.1.2. A regular expression may be followed by one of several repetition operators (metacharacters): Table 4-1. Two regular expressions may be concatenated; the resulting regular expression matches any string formed by concatenating two substrings that respectively match the concatenated subexpressions. Two regular expressions may be joined by the infix operator "|"; the resulting regular expression matches any string matching either subexpression. Repetition takes precedence over concatenation, which in turn takes precedence over alternation. 4.1.3. In basic regular expressions the metacharacters "?"
Use multiple CPU Cores with your Linux commands -- awk, sed, bzip2, grep, wc, etc. | RankFocus - Systems and Data Here’s a common problem: You ever want to add up a very large list (hundreds of megabytes) or grep through it, or other kind of operation that is embarrassingly parallel? Data scientists, I am talking to you. You probably have about four cores or more, but our tried and true tools like grep, bzip2, wc, awk, sed and so forth are singly-threaded and will just use one CPU core. To paraphrase Cartman, “How do I reach these cores”? Let’s use all of our CPU cores on our Linux box by using GNU Parallel and doing a little in-machine map-reduce magic by using all of our cores and using the little-known parameter –pipes (otherwise known as –spreadstdin). cat bigfile.bin | bzip2 --best > compressedfile.bz2 Do this: cat bigfile.bin | parallel --pipe --recend '' -k bzip2 --best > compressedfile.bz2 Especially with bzip2, GNU parallel is dramatically faster on multiple core machines. grep pattern bigfile.txt do this: cat bigfile.txt | parallel --pipe grep 'pattern' or this: do this! wc -l bigfile.txt Enjoy!
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