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