Archivo de la categoría: Linux

How to make a programme continue to run after log out from ssh?

Assuming that you have a program running in the foreground, press ctrl-Z, then: If there is only one job, then you don’t need to specify the job number. Just use disown -h and bg. Explanation of the above steps: You press ctrl-Z. The system suspends the running program, displays a job number and a «Stopped» message and returns you… Leer más »

3 handy command-line internet speed tests – bandwidth

Speedtest Speedtest is an old favorite. It’s implemented in Python, packaged in Apt, and also available with pip. You can use it as a command-line tool or within a Python script. Install it with: or Then run it with the command speedtest: $ speedtestRetrieving configuration…Testing from CenturyLink (…Retrieving server list…Selecting best server based on ping…Hosted by… Leer más »

Enabling jumbo frames to increase the mirroring path MTU

Jumbo Frames Switch: 9216 (untagged) On 1-Gbps and 10-Gbps ports in the mirroring path, you can reduce the number of dropped frames by enabling jumbo frames on all intermediate switches and routers. (The MTU on the switches covered by this manual is 9220 bytes for frames having an 802.1Q VLAN tag, and 9216 bytes for… Leer más »

Pandas Flask

mkdir pandas cd pandas python3 -m venv vpandas Activate the environment Before you work on your project, activate the corresponding environment: . vpandas/bin/activate pip3 install Flask python3 -m flask run –host=

security Cellebrite