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Network Security Engineer


Mar
11
comment How to install ipkg in CentOS 6.5
Why do you need ipkg? I'm sure whatever it has in its default repos can be obtained in the EPEL repo as well.
Mar
7
comment Compare two text files and find matching lines
Are you doing this while the loop is running in another terminal?
Mar
7
comment Compare two text files and find matching lines
Ahh, yes. Thanks for pointing that out.
Mar
7
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Mar
7
answered Compare two text files and find matching lines
Mar
7
comment File System in Linux
I will answer your question with another: How does the boot loader know where to find the kernel to load it if there is no file system?
Oct
12
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
25
awarded  Yearling
Aug
19
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19
answered setting a cronjob in IST time
Jul
3
comment Delete key doesn't work properly in PHP interactive shell
have you tried ctrl + backspace ?
Jul
1
comment Show human readable file size in du
and also refer to the man(manual) pages. man du
Jul
1
comment How do I use find when the filename contains spaces?
what are you piping it to? are you aware of the -exec flag with find? you could potentially alleviate this error and make your command more efficient by doing -exec instead of piping it to other commands. Just my $.02
May
22
comment JOIN command does not return results
is file1 and file2 sorted?
May
9
comment How to generate 4 WEP keys with linux commands?
@MOHAMED Yes, I know. As I already stated, your question confused me.
May
9
comment How to generate 4 WEP keys with linux commands?
@MOHAMED Clearly there was a miscommunication then. Like I said your question is very unclear.
May
9
comment How to generate 4 WEP keys with linux commands?
@MOHAMED This answer is not wrong. That is how WEP works... Your question is very hard to follow as it is not very clear what you are looking for. A WEP key is nothing more than a hexadecimal string of variable length.
May
9
comment How to generate 4 WEP keys with linux commands?
the standard way is (IV + key) -> RC4 = WEP key
May
8
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