nmap is a network mapping utility that you can use to gather information regarding the nodes on your network. With nmap, you can perform port scanning, OS fingerprinting, and more! In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of using nmap.
You’ve probably heard of the “grep” command, but did you know about ripgrep? ripgrep is a “line-oriented search tool” that you can use to quickly find text within files, with additional features. Also, a few tools from the “Modern UNIX” suite are discussed in this video as well.
There’s no shortage of monitoring tools available for Linux servers and workstations, but htop is a a classic. By installing htop, you can see an overview of your resource usage, including meters for CPU, RAM, Swap, and more. In this video, I’ll give you an overview of htop.
Welcome to my brand-new refreshed tmux series! tmux enables to to greatly enhance your terminal workflow and efficiency. In the fourth video, we explore sessions – which allow you to divide multiple projects into their own independent tmux process.
Welcome to my brand-new refreshed tmux series! tmux enables to to greatly enhance your terminal workflow and efficiency. In video 3, we explore segregation of tasks into multiple windows.