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Linux Commands, And More Commands

I have posted about commands in the past. I am now ‘rebooting’ that post adding additional commands that I find useful. File Transfer: $ scp somefile.txt server:/tmp Secure copies somefile.txt to remote host /tmp folder $ scp sysadmin@server:/www/*.html /www/tmp Copies *.html files from remote host to current system /www/tmp folder $ scp -r sysadmin@server:/www /www/tmp […]

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PowerShell: Set Network Profile

Looking to change the network profile of my public facing adapter from Public to Private I recently found out I can use the PowerShell command Get-NetConnectionProfile to return the the connection profile associated with one or more physical network adapters. Once I have this information I can then modify the NetworkCategory to what I wish by […]

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PowerShell: Get basic network adapter properties

Get-NetAdapter cmdlet returns to you the basic network adapter properties of visible adapters installed on your system. This is a very useful tool to gather some details about your installed network adapters. More info and features can be found here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj130867.aspx  

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Using DD for disk cloning

Using one of the built in commands in Linux I decided to clone a drive. Unlike in Windows this does not require the use or purchase of a tool or software. The command dd is used to make a block-level copy of the hard drive. The command can be used to clone one drive to another […]

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Show List Of Network Cards in Linux

Here is a question I got not so long ago. Jermal, How do I go about finding the name and type of network card I have in my Linux installation? First off, thanks for asking me. I know of a few ways and I’ll list them here. Short and simple. We have the the following commands: […]