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Tracking all file changes in a unix host

I'm evaluating a tool and I need to identify all files (including system config files) added, changed or removed by this application (it is installed using pip). After installing on a external host, ...
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Linux tool for http downloading using multiple connections via multiple interfaces

Is there a tool that allows http file download using multiple network interfaces and multiple connections? I'd like to test my overall internet connection speed by downloading a large file via ...
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How to find the DNS server configured in Ubuntu and networking tools in unix?

I have heard that DNS configuration can only be IP address and not host name. How do I configure DNS server in ubuntu machine. If it should be IP address only then why this configuration shows the ...
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Tool for easy file-update and restore

I am looking for a commandline-tool that provides me functionality for local udating single files. So I am not talking about remotely updating a bunch of servers. But update some files and have an ...
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What are the tools in /tools folder?

In the kernel source tree /tools, there are many submodules. What are the tools available in this folder? I know perf tool. What else are they? How to build them? Are they, by default, integrated into ...
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What's a good and free ER diagramming tool for Linux that is approachable via a web interface?

A web based ER diagramming tool. One that you can install on Linux and afterwards approach it via a web interface. Preferably Open source. Optional: connectivity with the database.
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Does anyone use Netem anymore? Alternatives?

When simulating an IP network you can use Linux built-in network emulator Netem. Together with bridge-utils of course. Simulating packet drop, duplicate packets, jitter et cetera. Is anyone using ...
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free command output: gentoo (redhat?) vs debian

I noticed there is a difference between outputs of free command: On debian: $ free -h total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 4.0G 3.4G ...
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Is there a tool that automatically inserts and updates a script header block for e.g. shell or Python scripts?

I found scripts by a former admin who scripted quite nice things with Bash or Python. All his scripts are well formatted and equipped with a always similar looking "script header" or "code header", I ...
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Tool to give only the built linux source code

Linux is large complex piece of software. A running kernel in the system would not be using all the code. I'm looking for a tool which can give me the source code needed for the .config I used to ...
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2.6.35 armel header files?

Debian does not seem to include a package linux headers 2.6.35-9 for the armel chipset - compiling drivers work, but insmod, and insmod -f is failing with a version mismatch and invalid moduel format. ...
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alternative for digest -a sha256 command from solaris in linux

I have file from solaris which have digest -a sha256. But this command is not working in linux. I want the alternative for this command.
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Tool to force use FILE instead of RAM

I'm wondering why there is no such tool like ram2swap, similar to cpulimit in parts. E.g. There is program daemon.bin. Let's create temporary swap file ( 1 Gb ): % dd if=/dev/zero of=tmp.swap bs=...
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crash shell: any way to check if a command executed Successfully

I'm automating a test using crash package. Is there some thing like $?, which can be used to check if the previous command executed successfully or not inside a crash shell? For example, when ...
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Are there any tools to test MTD/JFFS2 for Linux 2.4 kernels

I have some issues with a platform I support and I suspect memory problems. I wanted to check the Flash parts using some MTD JFFS2 test tools, I found a link to a bunch on this site. However they ...
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How to change the current directory graphically using the keyboard only?

There was a program named NCD (Norton Change Directory) a few years ago that did a good job at helping me change directory back in the DOS days. This programs displayed a tree, and you could navigate ...
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Why doesn't uname -a return a useful identifier

I typed the command uname -a into my college's server and got this: 2.6.18-274.3.1.el5 #1 SMP Tue Sep 6 20:14:03 EDT 2011 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux Are they trying to hide the version of Linux that ...
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`test` and `[` - different binaries, any difference?

I noticed while answering another question that test and [ are different binaries, but the [ manpage pulls up test's. Besides the requirement for an ending ], is there any difference? If not, why are ...
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Explain the output of -D rates in GNU find

I did ~/pythonsource1/python2.6-2.6.5$ find -D rates . -type d and got Predicate success rates after completion: [need type] -type d [0.4] [280/4350=0.0643678] -a [0.4] [280/4350=0.0643678] -print ...
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Good base converter or using gbase?

Could you suggest a good base converter that also does "signed" conversions? Either gbase does not do it, or I can't see how it's done. What I want to do is give the program an integer, say, -100, and ...
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wgetpaste alternatives?

Are there any wgetpaste alternatives? As a clarification... wgetpaste is an extremely simple command-line interface to various online pastebin services. The basic usage is to simply upload a ...
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What is/are the standard CLI program(s) to manage users and groups?

I'm basically asking about user management from the command line (e.g. on a system where there are no graphical tools available). In the past I've used several different programs to add or delete ...