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Jun
16
comment Is 'cat' a shell built-in or an external program?
I'm arriving late to the party, but why don't you check its man page and you can actually see the number between parenthesis, which indicates if it is a shell built-in or whatever
May
7
comment What does “ALL ALL=(ALL) ALL” mean in sudoers?
@LoukiosValentine79 I just update the answer, does that answer your question?
Sep
17
comment Unexpected token on bash file backtrack5 r2
Thanks a lot, it works perfectly, why bash doesn't support \n or why I have to reformat the code?
Sep
17
comment Unexpected token on bash file backtrack5 r2
how can I do this safely, I mean, if I screw it up, how could I roll back the changes?
Sep
17
comment Unexpected token on bash file backtrack5 r2
@jw013 yep, I did not mess up with the file, I reformat a little the code just to see it better, how can I correct it??
Sep
17
comment Unexpected token on bash file backtrack5 r2
@jw013 Hope it's ok now
Sep
17
comment Unexpected token on bash file backtrack5 r2
@jw013 that is the way the code is inside the file...
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
Yes, I know distros are not bug-free, but it doesn't mean you have to ignore what's going on, backtrack is for security purposes, not super secure, thanks anyway!! ;)
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
Well, the thing is not about the number of zombies, it's about knowing what is going on, since backtrack is a distro for security, I think it's fair to know what's happening, don't you?
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
What do you mean for "the number is low"?
Sep
17
comment Where can I see the processes running at startup?
Thanks a lot, how can I know if the process should remain in there or if I kill it?