Learn how to set up Tor proxy and hidden services in Linux.
These practical examples will demonstrate how to work with files including: reading, writing, changing permissions and timestamps, archiving(zipping), compressing, checksum hashing, downloading files over HTTP, buffers, scanners, and links. All examples here use the standard library.
The gopacket package provides a Go wrapper for libpcap written in C. It is more than just a simple wrapper though. It provides additional functionality and takes advantage of Go things like interfaces, which makes it incredibly powerful.
libpcap allows us to capture or send packets from a live network device or a file. This tutorial and code examples will walk you through using libpcap to find network devices, get information about devices, process packets in real time or offline, send packets, and even listen to wireless traffic.
Daemons are processes that run in the background. Typically they are services like a web server. You can easily take any Ruby script and turn it in to a daemon that you can control with easy commands like start and stop. These code snippets demonstrate just how easy it is.
Perl is commonly used for sysadmin tasks which frequently involves managing files. These examples demonstrate how to read, write, and append files with Perl.
The shell is a powerful tool that I think most people underestimate and under-utilize. Bash is probably the most common in the community, so we will refer to bash in all the examples, but all shells should support the same concept of redirection and piping. Below are some things to keep in mind when writing a program that is intended to run on the command line and play well with the shell.
CraftBukkit is a modified version of the Minecraft Server that implements a framework for extending the server with plugins. We'll cover a good Bukkit Minecraft server setup in a Debian based distribution.
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Beginners are often scared away from vi and vim from the start because the first thing they usually do is open it, try to start typing, and then see all kinds of random things happen, none of which type text to the screen. They even have trouble trying to quit! Well, fear no more, I've got the basics outlined here for you. For the record, vimtutor should come with your vim and it is the best place to start.