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  • 20 ps Command Examples to Monitor Linux Processes
  • Where are the config files in GNOME

    When you install a new distribution, you end up with a generic desktop. GNOME, when you choose standard Ubuntu. This works but the great joy of running Linux is to have it all your way. So, get your own tweaks in there. How can you change your desktop? In GNOME, you have tools and files to change it. In this post you will learn where to find the files and use the tools.

  • Driftnet command tutorial and examples

    Sniffing consists of intercepting packets through a network to get their content. When we share a network, intercepting the traffic going through it is pretty easy with a sniffer, that’s why protocol encryption such as https is so important, when traffic is unencrypted even credentials go in plain text and can be intercepted by attackers.
    This tutorial focuses on intercepting media, specifically images using the Driftnet sniffer, as you will see it will be only possible to capture images going through unencrypted protocols like http rather than https, and even unprotected images within sites protected with SSL (insecure elements).

  • Top 48 Linux Interview Questions & Answers

    Are you preparing for a Linux interview? We have prepared some of the commonly asked Linux interview questions and their answers.

    If you are a beginner (with some knowledge of Linux or having certification) or with professional Linux administration experience, then following Q & A help for your interview preparation.

  • Configuring a Cisco switch from a Linux Terminal with Minicom

    As much as I like playing in the terminal, the jury is still out as to how much I like working with Cisco. To be as objective as possible, I need to tell myself that: 1, I am not familiar with the command set or how they like to do things so I must be open minded; 2, Relax, the command line is a happy place to be and 3, this is new territory, don?t get frustrated, just write it down and enjoy the learning process. Also, my brother in-law, whose career is in network administration just loves this Cisco business so it turned out to be quite educational. The scope of this article is not how to set up a router, just, this is how I was able to get going with it.

    The specific Cisco switch I configured was a Catalyst 3560 series PoE-48. I am sure these direction will work with other similar devices. Since I am an openSUSE user, the directions are tailored as such.