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OpenSuSE Tumbleweed: after installing from ISO, be sure to disable/remove the ISO repo

TL;DR: OpenSuSE Tumbleweed – after installing from ISO, be sure to disable/remove the ISO repo.

A while ago I had a weird thing on my… 797 more words


How to copy files from one machine to another using ssh - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange

I’m using Linux (centos) machine, I already connected to the other system using ssh. Now my question is how can I copy files from one system to another system?

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How To Patch and Protect Linux Kernel Zero Day Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability CVE-2016-5195 [ 21/Oct/2016 ]

There is a nasty (Dirty COW: CVE-2016-5195) Linux kernel bug with zero-day exploits floating around

OpenSuSE updates will be available soon (likely this weekend); from the   386 more words

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Merging multiple commands and piping it to one output.

The unix shell is hard, but boy, sometimes it can work like magic, for instance piping two testssl.sh commands into one gist:

retinambpro1tb:testssl.sh jeroenp$ ( ./testssl.sh --version ; ./testssl.sh --local ) | gist -d "testsll version and local ciphers for Mac OS X Darwin binarries supporting zlib"

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Notes on Linux namespaces and related things

Some notes about Linux namespaces and cgroups, based on the resources linked in the end of the page.

ip netns show and proc/

A quick search on ‘Linux namespaces’ usually turns up examples using… 377 more words


Where is my my.cnf? And disabling strict mode in mysql

Due to having to maintain compatibility with coping with old and perhaps broken codes, I decided to turn off mysql strict mode. It started with the php paging spurting out  database error such as “Error Number 1265” 455 more words