FreeBSD has chflags utility or command which modifies the file flags of the listed files as specified by the flags operand. See tutorial on how to Setup file immutable bit which is just like Linux chatter command. Following are flags arch: set the archived flag nodump: set the nodump flag sappnd: set the system append-only […]
inetd is a daemon on Linux (BSD/Unix) systems that manages Internet services. inetd listens on all ports used by internet services such as FTP, POP3, and telnet. When a TCP packet or UDP packet comes in with a particular port number, inetd launches the appropriate server program to handle the connection. This uses memory more […]
You need to remove driver related to Ethernet card. Under Linux use following commands: 1) Find out driver attached to eth0 using following command lsmod | less 2) Remove the driver using rmmod command: rmmod driver-name 3) Again insert driver into kernel using modprobe driver-name For example, let us assume your driver name is 8139too […]
A remote Linux / UNIX server can be rebooted using following methods: A) Login to remote server using ssh as root user and use any one of the following syntax: ssh root@remote-server-ip OR ssh root@remote-server-name When prompted for password please supply remote server root password. B) Type reboot command as follows: reboot You can also […]
DesktopBSD combines the stability of FreeBSD, the usability and functionality of KDE and the simplicity of specially developed software to provide a system that’s easy to use and install. Take a look at screenshots . More info available at offical web page.
It is common scenario when you need to tell the browser to redirect or look elsewhere for a page because you don’t want to produce a document yourself. For example http://mydomain.com/rd.pl?url=http://blogs.mydomain.com should redirect to a page/url http://blogs.mydomain.com Here is perl code to redirect web page to http://blogs.cyberciti.biz/hm/: #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $url = […]