Putty is an opensource terminal emulator that supports several network protocols like Telnet, SSH, Rlogin, SCP, and Raw Socket. The initial version of putty is dated back to January 8, 1999, and designed for Windows Operating system but now it is supporting other operating systems like macOS and Linux too. But I have never seen people
Brief: Learn to use basic SQL commands in the open source database management system MySQL. MySQL is the most commonly used relational database manager. Its ease of use and open source license have greatly contributed to this popularity. Last week, I covered installing and configuring MySQL in Ubuntu. In this article I’ll be presenting to
Windows 10 starts as a very annoying operating system. The Start menu is full of games like Candy Crush, advertisements are all over the place, and useless icons like People litter the taskbar. Here’s how to eliminate all those annoyances. Get Rid of Candy Crush, FarmVille, and Other Junk Apps Out of the box, your
GoAccess is an interactive and real time web server log analyzer program that quickly analyze and view web server logs. It comes as an open source and runs as a command line in Unix/Linux operating systems. It provides brief and beneficial HTTP (web server) statistics report for Linux administrators on the fly. It also take
Midnight Commander At the beginning of chapter 4 in TLCL there is a discussion of GUI-based file managers versus the traditional command line tools for file manipulation such as cp, mv, and rm. While many common file manipulations are easily done with a graphical file manager, the command line tools provide additional power and flexibility.
Netstat Netstat is a command line utility that can be used to list out all the network (socket) connections on a system. It lists out all the tcp, udp socket connections and the unix socket connections. Apart from connected sockets it can also list listening sockets that are waiting for incoming connections. So by verifying
Windows 10 is shaping up to be really, really good. I’ve been running it as my primary OS on my Surface Pro 3 since early April (release 10041), and I’m getting really excited for the final product. Microsoft has taken the things that worked with Windows 8.1, the things we missed from Windows 7, and