Greg Kroah-Hartman writes that the Linux version of USBView is a GTK program that “displays the topography of the devices that are plugged into the USB bus on a Linux machine. It also displays information on each of the devices. This can be useful to determine if a device is working properly or not.”
Sometimes, when I log into a box and ‘su’ to root, I get a cute little message saying I have mail (thank GOD it’s not AOL).
In the old days, we used
telnet to see if a port on a remote host was open:
telnet hostname port would attempt to connect to any port on any host and give you access to the raw TCP stream.
Using Ubuntu 10.10 command line, how can I list all IPs connected to my home network?
I need to upload a single file to FTP server from Ubuntu. This operation should be done in a script (in non-interactive mode). What is the right syntax for
I want to mount a USB drive, two of them and I need two different mount points. Unfortunately, the Linux kernel underwent a name change and I can’t figure out which
/dev location is the right one. Is there a way to look through
/proc or somewhere else to find out which device node is a USB drive.
The question: What command do I use to find the size of all the files (recursively) in a Linux or Mac OS X directory? The Solutions: Below are the methods you can try. The first solution is probably the best. Try others if the first one doesn’t work. Senior developers aren’t just copying/pasting – they … Read more
I am not into networking, and I have the following question related to the Linux ping command.
I have a
localhost:5000 port that is hosted by
python3 server in
ubuntu. How to i know which file it serves without knowing anything extra?
I’ve searched over and over and can’t find any explanation of what “hw:0,0” means. How do I determine the number of my USB audio card? MPD requires me to enter something like this: