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How to take number of bytes transmitted and received from /net/proc/dev

I want to take the number of bytes transmitted and received from /proc/net/dev in this format: num_ofbytesTransmitted,num_ofbytesReceived. This was my approach: cat /net/proc/dev | grep enp0s3 | cut -...
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Running dot net application as daemon

I have been trying to run a simple dot net application as a daemon. I took a help from many of the below given links and did as suggested. Links: http://pmcgrath.net/running-a-simple-dotnet-core-...
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Purpose of /net directory

I notice on my system (Manjaro Linux) that: I have an empty directory named /net This directory is not mentioned in the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard What is the intention behind this directory (...
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The mysterious open port 554 tcp on every machine of my network!

Very strange,i have 4 machine,some machines are real hw(slack64 and slackware) one is a phone android,and last is virtual machine. From slack64 to every machine... for i in oracle slackware android;...
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/proc/net/netstat not found

I am trying to compile my own Linux for embededd devices, using the OpenWRT distribution. I am trying to get some Multicast information using the /proc/net/netstat interface but it is not found (...
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Micnet and bitnet,do you know them?

I like old stuff of 80 and 90's and sometimes i like to study old technologies(some of them still used..) like SYSTEMV,SCO-UNIX,Xenix,etc.. Reading a book about Sco Unix on a page i see.. mail ...
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Why ad-hoc network devices do not see each other?

I have 3 devices. On one tetwork one device can see another, yet they both can not see the third one. They are in same wi-fi ad-hoc network. 2 of them see each other and one does not see no one. ...
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Network down: Card not present on Slot(1)

My netcard stopped working. This then started spamming into the log: pciehp 0000:00:1c.5:pcie04: Card not present on Slot(1) pciehp 0000:00:1c.5:pcie04: Card present on Slot(1) How do I get the ...