Linux

Creating a Swap File

Most cloud computers don’t come with swapping pre-enabled. There can however be times where this is required and/or beneficial. The process is pretty much the same for any Linux distro. To the the current state […]

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openssl

The OpenSSL project is an open-source general purpose cryptography library that implements the SSL and TLS protocols. Configuration File The configuration file for OpenSSL is openssl.cnf. The location of which will probably vary across Linux […]

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tar

Compressed Archive Resources How do I Compress a Whole Linux or UNIX Directory? http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/how-do-i-compress-a-whole-linux-or-unix-directory/

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nmap

nmap -sS 1.2.3.4 nmap -PN 1.2.3.4 -p 22 The -PN option treats the host as if it is online and will not perform any host discovery.

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curl

curl -I http://pikedom.com http://curl.haxx.se/docs/httpscripting.html https://httpkit.com/resources/HTTP-from-the-Command-Line/ http://www.yilmazhuseyin.com/blog/dev/curl-tutorial-examples-usage/

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locate

The locate command can be used to find files by name. As usual you can find out everything you could possibly want to know about the the locate command in the manual pages. man locate […]

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find

You can use the find command to search a system for files or directories. The find command can be quite resource intensive as it trawls recursively through your file structure. Often a more suitable command […]