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comment How exactly do people “crack” Unix/Linux Systems?
i agree completely, social engineering is far easier than heap overflows. you will really like this archive.cert.uni-stuttgart.de/isn/2006/01/msg00055.html
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answered How can I recursively search directories for a pattern and just print out file names and line numbers
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answered How to get size of a block special file?
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answered Linux: allowing an user to listen to a port below 1024
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comment Why do we use “./” to execute a file?
that is how you specify the path in Unix, <dir>/<file> so you are basically saying execute a file in the current directory, which is indicated by ./test
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revised What is the difference between ls and l?
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comment What is the difference between ls and l?
but it was there in previous versions. and yes, it was ls -CF, i just didn't have access to an older ubuntu machine to test it out.
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answered What is the difference between ls and l?
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