Researchers have release a new proof-of-concept attack targeting a new Intel Speculative-type bug called CacheOut present in most Intel CPUs.
A fresh version of the Windows take on DTrace will allow developers to chase down those pesky low-level bugs without exposing the posterior of their systems to miscreants.
You can use the logger tool. The simple command to log is
logger My syslog message from console.
Sometimes you may find lot of characters trncated due to 80×25 tty size by default. Especially when you want to open some log files. Below command will help to set the row and column size.
stty cols 132 rows 34
will set the column width to 132 and rows 34.
Screen command benefits
- Can be used to launch multiple shells from a single SSH session.
- Detach and re-attach from multiple ssh session.
- Running process which can take more time and need session to be kept alive.
- To keep the session alive without any network disruptions.
The command to create a screen session is
screen -t <screen name> -S <socket file name>
To detach a screen session
ctrl+a + d
To list the screen sessions
To reattach the screen session
screen -r <pid from list>
The file /etc/SuSE-release contains the SuSE version and patch level.
This file is deprecated now and you can use /etc/os-release to find the details
To set tab stop and auto indent open ~/.vimrc
filetype plugin indent on
" show existing tab with 4 spaces width
" when indenting with '>', use 4 spaces width
" On pressing tab, insert 4 spaces set expandtab