Linux, as a versatile and powerful operating system, offers a robust networking subsystem that allows users to control the flow of network traffic efficiently. One crucial aspect of Linux networking is the management of package routes and the utilization of iptables for firewall configuration. This article aims to provide a basic understanding of package routes in Linux and the role of iptables in controlling network traffic.
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Today I want to explain some basic concept of Linux Volume Manager and give a small example on how to enlarge an existing logical volume by adding a new physical disk.
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In this article i will explain how to manual setup your ssh client to use your gpg keys. The reason for doing that is that you may have your GPG keys stored on a yubikey and you want to use those keys as private ssh keys.. If you want to know more about yubikey configuration, you can read my previous article on that
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If you are a Linux user and you have a Bluetooth headset, then you know how frustrating can be to set it up properly. In this article, i will explain what the problem is and how can be partially solved.
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Welcome to another article on the PC boot process! This article will complete the booting process from where we left it. In particular i am assuming that you are familiar with UEFI and GPT partition as explained in details in this post.
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Have you ever installed an app on your phone and wondered what type of data is reporting? Or maybe you wanted to reverse engineer an APP or an API and wanted to discover the format of the data sent? Well then you need to read this post.
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Docker is changing.. and as all the changes in this period, things are getting shittier. So recently the announced two shitty things:
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This is a short article to clarify few things on sockets. I had to do some research to work with those classes, especially when you do some more advance uses. Lets start with some basic.
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This is a small guide to clarify the setup needed to debug Go code running in a container in docker-compose using Delve debugger . Basically lets suppose that you have 3 service running in three different containers:
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