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Using X11 Forwarding Through sudo

X11 forwarding comes in handy from time to time. For example, say you want to use virt-manager to work with KVM VMs on your lab machine but want to do it from your Mac ( 139 more words

Saving read only file edited using vim

You have opened a file using vi or vim to check some code or text, and found some code/text to be altered. We made change and totally ignored the notification informing that we did not have permission to edit it (Warning: Changing a read only file), and you realize that you cannot save your edit you just made. 252 more words


Openstack: Cloud Platforms- sudo: unable to resolve host

I use linux for my cloud based servers on Amazon-EC2 and openstack.
When trying to run:
1sudo chhown ubuntu somepath
I get this error every once in a while: 29 more words

Sudo goes outside

She might not like it, but she does. (You know how some dogs do that thing where they roll ecstatically on their backs in the grass? 53 more words


Ubuntu: Show Asterisks When Typing Your Password in Terminal

Hey guys, as a linux lover I use Ubuntu as my OS. It makes me pretty confused when typing my password in terminal. So here is a trick I’ve learned today that shows asterisks when typing your password in terminal. 55 more words


[TransFic] [ExoCP] Talk2Me ~ EXO’s Chat – Chap 2 Part 2

→ Suho đăng nhập.

→ Suho bắt đầu một cuộc trò chuyện với D.Osoo

Suho: Em đang ở đâu vậy?

D.Osoo: Hở? Em đang đi shopping. 462 more words

EXO Couple

Check user access via sudo

To confirm a user’s level of access via sudo.

Run the below command as the user.

sudo -l