Command Line Kung Fu

Author: Jason Cannon
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781499222036
Size: 17,15 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Become a Linux Ninja with Command Line Kung Fu!Do you think you have to lock yourself in a basement reading cryptic man pages for months on end in order to have ninja like command line skills?In reality, if you had someone share their most powerful command line tips, tricks, and patterns you'd save yourself a lot of time and frustration. What if you could look over the shoulder of a good friend that just happened to be a command line guru? What if they not only showed you the commands they were using, but why they were using them and exactly how they worked? And what if that friend took the time to write all of it down so you can refer to it whenever you liked?Well, a friend did just that. Command Line Kung Fu is packed with dozens of tips and over 100 practical real-world examples. You won't find theoretical examples in this book. The examples demonstrate how to solve actual problems and accomplish worthwhile goals. The tactics are easy to find, too. Each chapter covers a specific topic and groups related tips and examples together. For example, if you need help extracting text from a file look in the "Text Processing and Manipulation" chapter. Also, a comprehensive index is included. If you want to find every example where a given command is used -- even if it's not the main subject of the tip -- look in the index. It will list every single place in the book where that command appears.Here is just some of what you will learn by reading Command Line Kung Fu: How to quickly and easily repeat commands in your shell history Shortcuts for grabbing specific words from your shell history to use in your current command How to save a copy of your command line session for later reference How to strip out blank lines and comments from files How to control colorized text when uses pipes and pagers Ways to transform text: from changing case to substituting characters and more How to extract specific blocks of text from files or streams of input A quick tip to fix common typos How to edit files over the network How to compare the differences between files on your local computer and a remote one How to create and use SSH tunnels Ways to verify what programs are listening on what ports How to kill all the processes for a given user with a single command Strategies for dealing with multi-hop SSH connections How to disconnect from a server in a way that will allow you to pick up where you left off How to automate software installs that require user input Shell scripting tips How to automatically keep repeating a command until it succeeds The right way to delete a file that is being written to How to surf the web from the command line... and more importantly how to download anything from the web and interact with HTTP APIs Ways to determine who and what is using the most disk space How to secure your web browser session when using an open wifi hotspot How to generate random passwords from the command line Two tips for easily creating backups Tips for handling tar archives How to replace a string in multiple files at once with just one command and much more... What you learn in Command Line Kung Fu applies to any Linux distribution including Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, RedHat, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Slackware, and more.Scroll up, click the "Buy Now With 1-Click" button to get your black belt in Linux Command Line Kung Fu.

Linux For Beginners And Command Line Kung Fu

Author: Jason Cannon
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781499284973
Size: 20,48 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Save when you buy this two book bundle - Linux for Beginners AND Command Line Kung FuLinux for Beginners information:If you want to learn how to use Linux, but don't know where to start read on. Knowing where to start when learning a new skill can be a challenge, especially when the topic seems so vast. There can be so much information available that you can't even decide where to start. Or worse, you start down the path of learning and quickly discover too many concepts, commands, and nuances that aren't explained. This kind of experience is frustrating and leaves you with more questions than answers. Linux for Beginners doesn't make any assumptions about your background or knowledge of Linux. You need no prior knowledge to benefit from this book. You will be guided step by step using a logical and systematic approach. As new concepts, commands, or jargon are encountered they are explained in plain language, making it easy for anyone to understand. Here is what you will learn by reading Linux for Beginners: How to get access to a Linux server if you don't already. What a Linux distribution is and which one to choose. What software is needed to connect to Linux from Mac and Windows computers. Screenshots included. What SSH is and how to use it, including creating and using SSH keys. The file system layout of Linux systems and where to find programs, configurations, and documentation. The basic Linux commands you'll use most often. Creating, renaming, moving, and deleting directories. Listing, reading, creating, editing, copying, and deleting files. Exactly how permissions work and how to decipher the most cryptic Linux permissions with ease. How to use the nano, vi, and emacs editors. Two methods to search for files and directories. How to compare the contents of files. What pipes are, why they are useful, and how to use them. How and why to redirect input and output from applications. How to customize your shell prompt. How to be efficient at the command line by using aliases, tab completion, and your shell history. How to schedule and automate jobs using cron. How to switch users and run processes as others. Where to go for even more in-depth coverage on each topic. Command Line Kung Fu information:Become a Linux Ninja with Command Line Kung Fu!Do you think you have to lock yourself in a basement reading cryptic man pages for months on end in order to have ninja like command line skills?In reality, if you had someone share their most powerful command line tips, tricks, and patterns you'd save yourself a lot of time and frustration. What if you could look over the shoulder of a good friend that just happened to be a command line guru? What if they not only showed you the commands they were using, but why they were using them and exactly how they worked? And what if that friend took the time to write all of it down so you can refer to it whenever you liked?Well, a friend did just that. Command Line Kung Fu is packed with dozens of tips and over 100 practical real-world examples. You won't find theoretical examples in this book. The examples demonstrate how to solve actual problems and accomplish worthwhile goals. The tactics are easy to find, too. Each chapter covers a specific topic and groups related tips and examples together. For example, if you need help extracting text from a file look in the "Text Processing and Manipulation" chapter. Also, a comprehensive index is included. If you want to find every example where a given command is used -- even if it's not the main subject of the tip -- look in the index. It will list every single place in the book where that command appears.

The Myth And Magic Of Library Systems

Author: Keith J. Kelley
Editor: Chandos Publishing
ISBN: 0081000871
Size: 10,32 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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The Myth and Magic of Library Systems not only defines what library systems are, but also provides guidance on how to run a library systems department. It is aimed at librarians or library administrations tasked with managing, or using, a library systems department. This book focuses on different scenarios regarding career changes for librarians and the ways they may have to interact with library systems, including examples that speak to IT decision-making responsibilities, work as a library administrator, or managerial duties in systems departments. Provides guidance on how to run a library systems department Focuses on different scenarios regarding career changes for librarians and the ways they may have to interact with library systems Includes sample scenarios that speak to IT decision-making responsibilities, work as a library administrator, or managerial duties in systems departments

Penetration Testing

Author: Georgia Weidman
Editor: No Starch Press
ISBN: 1593275951
Size: 13,82 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Penetration testers simulate cyber attacks to find security weaknesses in networks, operating systems, and applications. Information security experts worldwide use penetration techniques to evaluate enterprise defenses. In Penetration Testing, security expert, researcher, and trainer Georgia Weidman introduces you to the core skills and techniques that every pentester needs. Using a virtual machine–based lab that includes Kali Linux and vulnerable operating systems, you’ll run through a series of practical lessons with tools like Wireshark, Nmap, and Burp Suite. As you follow along with the labs and launch attacks, you’ll experience the key stages of an actual assessment—including information gathering, finding exploitable vulnerabilities, gaining access to systems, post exploitation, and more. Learn how to: –Crack passwords and wireless network keys with brute-forcing and wordlists –Test web applications for vulnerabilities –Use the Metasploit Framework to launch exploits and write your own Metasploit modules –Automate social-engineering attacks –Bypass antivirus software –Turn access to one machine into total control of the enterprise in the post exploitation phase You’ll even explore writing your own exploits. Then it’s on to mobile hacking—Weidman’s particular area of research—with her tool, the Smartphone Pentest Framework. With its collection of hands-on lessons that cover key tools and strategies, Penetration Testing is the introduction that every aspiring hacker needs.

Knoppix Hacks

Author: Kyle Rankin
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 9780596007874
Size: 20,66 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Provides information on using Knoppix with a Linux operating system.

Pro Ios 5 Tools

Author: Brandon Alexander
Editor: Apress
ISBN: 1430236094
Size: 19,28 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Building on your knowledge of how to write basic applications, Pro iOS 5 Tools: Xcode, Instruments and Build Tools shows how to take your apps from promising to real, and from good to great, by using numerous performance and debugging techniques and tools found in Xcode, Apple's Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Interface Builder and more. You will start by studying an alpha-stage iOS app and learning how you can use the tools provided in the iOS developer's toolbox, plus popular third-party tools, to take an app to a final product and ready to ship. Your own app development will never be the same again! Learn the tools available to all iOS developers: Xcode, Instruments, network diagnostic tools and version control Techniques for debugging by using Instruments, as well as the new features available in newest version of Xcode Performance tuning techniques and workflow enhancements

The Winger S Guide To Linux

Author: Martin Charlesworth
Editor: Wingers Guide
ISBN:
Size: 12,74 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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You are probably a coder, a web developer, a computer science student, or just a geek! You’ve worked with Windows or Mac for a while, but now it’s time to broaden your knowledge and learn about Linux / Unix / *nix. Perhaps you want to build your own Linux web server for the first time? Perhaps you just bought a Raspberry Pi and want to know how to use Linux on it? Perhaps you have a modern Macbook and want to understand what is going on in the Terminal? Linux can be an intimidating subject to learn from scratch. When you’ve read this guide you will have the fundamental knowledge needed to run a Linux system and you’ll be able to appreciate the power of the Unix command line. What you’ll learn Unix admin: users, groups, the filesystem, how permissions work Command line kung fu and the Unix tools you need to know How to install software and control running processes Configuring networking and basic security Top tips on how to solve common problems

Oracle Database 12c Security

Author: Scott Gaetjen
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071822968
Size: 11,68 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Best Practices for Comprehensive Oracle Database Security Written by renowned experts from Oracle's National Security Group, Oracle Database 12c Security provides proven techniques for designing, implementing, and certifying secure Oracle Database systems in a multitenant architecture. The strategies are also applicable to standalone databases. This Oracle Press guide addresses everything from infrastructure to audit lifecycle and describes how to apply security measures in a holistic manner. The latest security features of Oracle Database 12c are explored in detail with practical and easy-to-understand examples. Connect users to databases in a secure manner Manage identity, authentication, and access control Implement database application security Provide security policies across enterprise applications using Real Application Security Control data access with Oracle Virtual Private Database Control sensitive data using data redaction and transparent sensitive data protection Control data access with Oracle Label Security Use Oracle Database Vault and Transparent Data Encryption for compliance, cybersecurity, and insider threats Implement auditing technologies, including Unified Audit Trail Manage security policies and monitor a secure database environment with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control

Working With Linux Quick Hacks For The Command Line

Author: Petru I?fan
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1787122271
Size: 18,90 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Say goodbye to unproductive Linux habits and switch to the express lane About This Book Improve your terminal and command-line productivity by using powerful tools Sharpen your existing command-line skills and achieve complex tasks faster Save time and money by creating customized commands that automate day-to-day tasks Who This Book Is For This book is for system administrators and developers who know the basics of Linux and want to brush up and sharpen their skills. Prior experience with Linux shell is required. What You Will Learn Optimize the power of Guake by integrating it with ClipIt Deep dive into the workings of the console editor—Vim Explore the advanced concepts and best practices of shell scripting Edit large amounts of data quickly using Sed Use pipes and subshells to create customized commands Get to know how you can speed up the software development and make the terminal a handy companion In Detail Websites, online services, databases, and pretty much every other computer that offers public services runs on Linux. From small servers to clusters, Linux is anywhere and everywhere. With such a broad usage, the demand for Linux specialists is ever growing. For the engineers out there, this means being able to develop, interconnect, and maintain Linux environments. This book will help you increase your terminal productivity by using Terminator, Guake and other tools. It will start by installing Ubuntu and will explore tools and techniques that will help you to achieve more work with less effort. Next, it will then focus on Terminator, the ultimate terminal, and vim, one of the most intelligent console editors. Futhermore, the readers will see how they can increase their command line productivity by using sed, find, tmux, network, autoenv. The readers will also see how they can edit files without leaving the terminal and use the screen space efficiently and copy-paste like a pro. Towards the end, we focus on network settings, Git hacks, and creating portable environments for development and production using Docker. Through this book, you will improve your terminal productivity by seeing how to use different tools. Style and Approach This book takes a step-by-step approach using examples that show you how to automate tasks using terminal commands. You'll work through easy-to-follow instructions so you learn to use the various Linux commands and tools such as Terminator, Guake, and others.

The Martial Arts Encyclopedia

Author: Larry Winderbaum
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 17,52 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A comprehensive reference on the historical development and contemporary impact of the Oriental fighting arts is illustrated with carefully selected photographs and original drawings