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Fun Facts -- Few Vim Tricks

Tip 1 — Save file opened without write permissions

If vim is your default editor and in case you opened a file on which you modified something but suddenly realised that you don’t have the access permissions to edit the file. 362 more words

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Fun Facts -- Easter Eggs in Linux

As much as we use/love to use Linux for doing our work there are a lot of cool/funny things which Linux can do. Particularly, I want to share the two Easter eggs which i like and am using currently on my machines. 358 more words

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Difference Between su and sudo and How to Configure sudo in Linux

Linux System is much secured than any of its counterpart. One of the way to implement security in Linux is the user management policy and user permission and normal users are not authorized to perform any system operations. 815 more words

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10 Useful Sudoers Configurations for Setting ‘sudo’ in Linux

In Linux and other Unix-like operating systems, only the root user can run all commands and perform certain critical operations on the system such as install and update, remove packages, … 1,106 more words

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Testing out snapshots in Apple’s next-generation APFS file system

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Back in June, Apple announced its new upcoming file system: APFS, or Apple File System. There was no mention of it in the WWDC keynote, but devotees needed no encouragement. 1,781 more words

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Wallaby's Nightmare - Walkthrough

This segment of my Vulnhub series covers my walkthrough for the “Wallaby’s Nightmare (v1.0.2)” game.

Finding Host and uncover services

As always, I began finding the address of the game: 1,004 more words

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Testing out snapshots in Apple’s next-generation APFS file system

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Back in June, Apple announced its new upcoming file system: APFS, or Apple File System. There was no mention of it in the WWDC keynote, but devotees needed no encouragement. 1,781 more words

Technology