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Reasons for Hiring Technicians to Solve Computer Issues

People start panicking when something goes wrong with their computer. From a small issue to major complications, we look for experts who can resolve it in no time and help us to overcome our anxiety.  48 more words

Durban

linux | get system idle via script

 # XX=5;top -n $XX | grep CPU | grep id | awk '{print $8}' | awk '{s+=$1} END {print s}' | xargs -I % echo "scale=0;%/$XX" | bc -l
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Docker container - Run a container with access to the host's docker daemon and volumes


docker run --rm -it -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v /var/lib/docker/volumes:/var/lib/docker/volumes --mount source=myvol1,target=/vol alpine sh

The above command runs a container (alpine image). Inside this container, you have access to the docker daemon of the host as well as the volumes. 40 more words

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Kubernetes installation using kubeadm

Kubernetes installation:

Perquisites:

a) Update the server with latest kernel
b) swapoff in all nodes.
c) min 2GB of RAM and 2 CPUS are required… 248 more words

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New Open Source Hardware board adds SATA drive connectivity to any computer with USB host

USB-SATA is board which connects to any computer with USB host and bridge it to SATA Hard disk.

The read/write speed with USB2.0 host is approx 30MB/s. 67 more words

Olinuxino

Git - reverting a reverted commit

If you’ve reverted a recent commit with:

git reset HEAD^

You can undo the revert with this:

git reset HEAD@{1}
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USB Fuzzing: A USB Perspective

Syzkaller [1] starts to support USB fuzzing recently and has already found over 80 bugs within the Linux kernel [2]. Almost every fuzzing expert whom I talked to has started to apply their fuzzing techniques to USB because of the high-security impact and potential volume of vulnerabilities due to the complexity of USB itself. 3,040 more words

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