Linux Terminal: how to capture or watch other terminal session
location: linuxexchange.com - date: October 3, 2013
Let say, I access to a server using ssh. In the same time, there is another person accessing that server.
Is it possible to watch what is going on in that person's terminal. Meaning, Can I just watch what he is typing?
Linux gurus how do I redirect IP traffic from one address out to another.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 27, 2009
I have the following situation:
Special ethernet cam connected to linux box on eth0.
Laptop connected to linux box via ad-hoc network on wlan0.
I want the linux box to be kind of transparent, so that I can talk to the cam over the wireless network.
Deleted linux partition, how to boot Windows partition?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 14, 2005
I have an Intel box on which I previously was running both Linux and Windows. The boot loader that is installed is GRUB. I deleted the Linux partition (accidentally), and now when I reboot the machine Windows does not boot like it used to (Windows was the default OS). Instead, the system comes up with a "grub > " prompt.
How do I boot windows directly from grub? Please help!
Linux programming how to?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 15, 2010
Dear friends ,
i am a wannabe linux programmer, i'm using ubuntu and wish to add a functionality like this :
the system should indicate the successful detection of usb device by a sound signal , please tell me how do i get started
i am a beginner in linux programming , please help me.
Linux RedHat: How to change system date/time?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 10, 2011
What is the correct formatted command syntax needed to issue
in order to change the system date/time OS=Linux RedHat?
PPPd and IPsec on Linux VPN how to?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 22, 2006
I can't get IPsec (for a VPN) to start on Linux because it doesn't recognize the interface, which should be PPP I believe, I have PPPd installed and my question is...
Does a ppp connection such as ppp0 or ppp1 start only if you have a modem line or ethernet connection?
Or, how do you start a ppp connection on Linux so a ppp# interface is active?
Linux Watch vs BSD Watch
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 19, 2005
Is there a command in FreeBSD that will accomplish the same thing as the linux command watch.
For those of you wo may not know what each command does:
watch (BSD) - snoops a given tty
watch (Linux) - makes a static command like 'ps' or 'who' able to update in realtime.
Linux 101: How to set up Linux on a PC
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 31, 2006
An Article was published on Techrepublic on December 5 2005 under the title Linux 101: How to set up Linux on a PC
This was actually the first article that Techrepublic published in a series titled Linux 101, they have 6 such articles so far.
Just for the record, the Articles are Copyright to CNET Networks and cannot be re-distributed, but can be accessed from several CNET sites. The sites may require you to sign up for a free membership to access the articles.
Also, for the record, fully half of the currently published articles in that series were written by me. Including the Series starter linked above.
[ have to ring my own bell occasionally ]
I plan to buy a new laptop and install Linux mint. How do I get started?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 16, 2013
I plan to buy a new laptop and install Linux mint. How do I get started and how do I choose which laptop to buy? What is the best way to put Linux on a laptop that already has windows on it. (I have been told that all laptops in the uk have windows already installed. Is this true?) I would like a computer that runs well but do not need masses of space.
Linux, usbstorage... how to mount them and see their partition table
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 9, 2004
i have to make a software to mount/unmount USB disks. In particular, i found this file /proc/scsi/usb-storage* that tells me when the device is attached and when it isn't, but, it doesn't tell me the name of the relative device file in /dev
So, now my problems are:
1) Find out the name of the device-file in /dev for every file in /proc/scsi/usb-storage*
2) Find out how many partitions the disk keeps (because an usb disk might have different partitions)
3) For every partition know the device-file in /dev, the size on the disk and the file-system it uses
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