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The ser2net control port is mapped to TCP port 12345 on the device running ser2net. Open a telnet session to that port from another device on the network that can see it. Assuming that the IP of your device is 192.168.0.2, something like this would work: telnet 192.168.0.2 12345 -> -> showport TCP Port 4000 enable state: telnet timeout: 0 ...


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Try fzf-fs. Install fzf: git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/junegunn/fzf.git ~/.fzf ~/.fzf/install Re-source your ~/.bashrc: . ~/.bashrc Clone fzf-fs: git clone https://github.com/D630/fzf-fs ~/fzf-fs Add ~/fzf-fs to your PATH: PATH=$PATH:~/fzf-fs Run fzf-fs --init Define an alias: alias vcd='. fzf-fs' Run vcd ~ You should see something like this: ...


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early unix commands get a two letter code, often with wowel removed. list (files in dir) -> ls copy (files) -> cp link (files) -> ln remove (files) -> rm C Compiler -> cc In this case, search for object name, this yield nm.


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It's an abbreviation for "names" or "name list". Nm prints the name list (symbol table) of each object file in the argument list. (V7 Unix manual, 1979) from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8858445/why-is-the-nm-utility-named-as-such


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CHange MODe. [root@localhost /]# apropos -e chmod -s 1 chmod (1) - change file mode bits [root@localhost /]#



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