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The Power of Linux “History Command” in Bash Shell

We use history command frequently in our daily routine jobs to check history of command or to get info about command executed by user. In this post, we will see how we can use history command effectively to extract the command which was executed by users in Bash shell. This...

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Linux System Mining with Python

In this article, we will explore the Python programming language as a tool to retrieve various information about a system running Linux. Let’s get started.

Which Python?

When I refer to Python, I am referring to CPython 2 (2.7 to be exact). I will mention it explicitly when the same code won’t work with CPython 3 (3.3) and provide the alternative code, explaining the differences. Just to make sure that you have CPython installed, typepython or python3 from the terminal and you should see the Python prompt displayed in your terminal.

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Introduction to OpenStack Part One, From Zero to Domination

The OpenStack cloud software stack went from zero to domination in less than three years. In this series we're going to learn what it is, and how to install and administer it.

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Ubuntu 13.04 “Raring Ringtail” Server Installation Guide

Ubuntu 13.04 non LTS “Raring Ringtail” Server was released on 25 April 2013. This guide shows installation of recently released Ubuntu 13.04 Server with screenshots. This release includes latest and greatest packages, some of them are OpenStack Grizzly Pythan Juju 0.7 Ceph 0.56.4 MAAS... [[ This is a content summary...

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Protect Yourself Online With Tor, TAILS, and Debian

How to protect yourself online with the TAILS privacy distro.

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