Tag: linux

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Security related Operating Systems

This list is available as: a web page: http://rawsec.ml/en/security-related-os/ a git file: https://github.com/noraj1337/RawSec/blob/posts-sources/security-related-os.mkd Maintained OS Based on D

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Virtualbox : shared folder with guest

This how-to works independently of the host platform. On virtualbox : Open the Configuration window of the VM (guest) Select Shared folder on the left menu Click on the icon corresponding to Add a sh

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How to convert VirtualBox vdi to KVM qcow2

VBoxManage can't directly convert vdi to qcow2, so there is two options : With VBoxManage convert vdi to raw and with qemu-img convert raw to qcow2 With qemu-img convert vdi to qcow2 Notes : vdi are

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Examine the codes sent by the keyboard

A usefull command if are want to read keyboard input : showkey. Very useful to know keycodes when programming. What is showkey ? showkey - examine the codes sent by the keyboard How does it work ? sho

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How to change OpenSSH port on CentOS 7

Before beginning These are the steps to do on the SSH server. Be sure to do all the steps before exiting SSH connection if you are connected via SSH. This config was tested for default CentOS 7 iso. C

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How to change of terminal in command-line with Linux

Changing of TTY (TeleTYpewriter), text console or text terminal without keyboard shortcut may be useful for remote administration or virtualization. So to change of TTY in CLI (Command-Line Interface)

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Install Oh-my-zsh on openSUSE

Install zsh zypper in zsh and git zypper in git. Then install oh-my-zsh wget --no-check-certificate http://install.ohmyz.sh -O - | sh. Then define zsh as your default shell: chsh -s /bin/zsh.