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# ls aliases
alias la='ls -Alh --group-directories-first'
alias lr='ls -lh --group-directories-first --recursive'
alias lar='ls -Alh --group-directories-first --recursive'
# safety first ;)
alias rmi='rm --interactive --verbose'
alias mvi='mv --interactive --verbose'
alias cpi='cp --interactive --verbose'
# cd reverse dir
alias ..='cd ..'
alias .2='cd ../..'
alias .3='cd ../../..'
alias .4='cd ../../../..'
alias .5='cd ../../../../..'
# cd dir
alias cd.d='cd ~/Documents/.dump'
# shutdown | reboot
alias ssn='sudo shutdown -P now'
alias sr='sudo reboot'
alias nrpt='echo -e "\n\n---\n\nNew Report\n\n---\n\n"'
My dump script
echo -e "$pdat" > $dump; echo -e "\n\nThis file is used to store terminal output for later use; now get out!\n\n" >> $dump;
echo -e "\n\nDump file $dump is ready for use (created on $(date +%m-%d-%Y_%T)).\n\n"
My Upgrade script
date | tee -a ./$dp; echo -e "\n" | tee -a ./$dp;
sudo apt-get update | tee -a ./$dp; echo -e "\n" | tee -a ./$dp;
echo -e "System Update Completed." | tee -a ./$dp; echo -e "\n" | tee -a ./$dp;
sudo apt-get upgrade --yes | tee -a ./$dp; echo -e "\n" | tee -a ./$dp;
echo -e "System Upgrade Completed." | tee -a ./$dp; echo -e "\n" | tee -a ./$dp;
the upgrade example sudo apt-get update | tee -a ~/Documents/.dump/dump05-05-2021.txt; nrpt >> ./dump05-05-2021.txt;
the nmap example (plus the other command I couldn't remember while recording) apt-cache search nmap >> ./dump05-05-2021.txt; nrpt >> ./dump05-05-2021.txt;apt-cache showpkg nmap
the depends example apt-cache depends nmap >> ./dump05-05-2021.txt;
the download example sudo apt-get download dict dictd dict-wn dict-gcide artha
vim sudo apt-get vim; vimtutor
Terminal examples ~= home folder, CTRL + R= command search , CTRL + L= clear terminal, xdg-open= open files with default app.
Searching with grep example ls -lhAr ~ | grep -i bash >> ./dump05-05-2021.txt
the dump05-05-2021.txt file
This file is used to store terminal output for later use; now get out!
Hit:1 http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb stable InRelease
Ign:2 http://mirror.cs.jmu.edu/pub/linuxmint/packages ulyana InRelease
Get:3 http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu focal-security InRelease [109 kB]
Hit:4 http://mirror.cs.jmu.edu/pub/linuxmint/packages ulyana Release
Hit:5 http://mirror.cogentco.com/pub/linux/ubuntu focal InRelease
Hit:6 http://mirror.cogentco.com/pub/linux/ubuntu focal-updates InRelease
Hit:7 http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu focal InRelease
Hit:8 http://mirror.cogentco.com/pub/linux/ubuntu focal-backports InRelease
Fetched 109 kB in 1s (158 kB/s)
Reading package lists...
brutespray - Python bruteforce tool
dindel - determines indel calls from short-read data
doscan - port scanner for discovering services on large networks
forensics-all - Debian Forensics Environment - essential components (metapackage)
forensics-all-gui - Debian Forensics Environment - GUI components (metapackage)
libfile-map-perl - Perl module providing simple and safe memory mapping
libnmap-parser-perl - module to parse nmap scan results with perl
libwlocate-dev - Library for doing location lookup based on free openwlanmap.org data
libwlocate0 - Library for doing location lookup based on free openwlanmap.org data
mapsembler2 - bioinformatics targeted assembly software
masscan - TCP port scanner
ncat - NMAP netcat reimplementation
ncrack - High-speed network authentication cracking tool
ndiff - The Network Mapper - result compare utility
nmap - The Network Mapper
nmap-common - Architecture independent files for nmap
nmapsi4 - graphical interface to nmap, the network scanner
p0f - Passive OS fingerprinting tool
pads - Passive Asset Detection System
pnscan - Multi threaded port scanner
psad - Port Scan Attack Detector
python-libnmap-doc - Python NMAP Library (common documentation)
python3-libnmap - Python 3 NMAP library
python3-nmap - Python3 interface to the Nmap port scanner
python3-scapy - Packet generator/sniffer and network scanner/discovery (Python 3)
samblaster - marks duplicates, extracts discordant/split reads
tophat-recondition - post-processor for TopHat unmapped reads
xprobe - Remote OS identification
xscreensaver-gl - GL(Mesa) screen saver modules for screensaver frontends
NATO Phonetic Alphabet
The NATO phonetic alphabet is a Spelling Alphabet; a set of words used instead of letters in oral communication (i.e. over the phone or military radio). Each word ("code word") stands for its initial letter (alphabetical "symbol"). The 26 code words in the NATO phonetic alphabet are assigned to the 26 letters of the English alphabet in alphabetical order as follows: Symbol, Code Word, Morse Code, Phonic.
A, Alfa/Alpha, AL FAH.
B, Bravo, BRAH VOH.
C, Charlie, CHAR LEE.
D, Delta, DELL TAH.
E, Echo, ECK OH.
F, Foxtrot, FOKS TROT.
G, Golf, GOLF.
H, Hotel, HOH TELL.
I, India, IN DEE AH.
J, Juliett, JEW LEE ETT.
K, Kilo, KEY LOH.
L, Lima, LEE MAH.
M, Mike, MIKE.
N, November, NO VEMBER.
O, Oscar, OSS CAH.
P, Papa, PAH PAH.
Q, Quebec, KEH BECK.
R, Romeo, ROW ME OH.
S, Sierra, SEE AIRRAH.
T, Tango, TANG OH.
U, Uniform, YOU NEE FORM.
V, Victor, VIK TAH.
W, Whiskey, WISS KEY.
X, X-ray, ECKS RAY.
Y, Yankee, YANG KEY.
Z, Zulu, ZOO LOO.
Filk Music discussion: Filk music is a musical culture, genre, and community tied to science fiction, fantasy and horror fandom and a type of fan labor. The genre has been active since the early 1950s, and played primarily since the mid-1970s.
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Older HPR shows on archive.org
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GIMP has a number of ways you can blend layers together
Hosted by Ahuka on 2021-06-04 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license. Tags:GIMP, Layers, Layer Modes, Opacity.
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This tutorial begins our discussion of how you can blend entire layers in GIMP, starting with changing the opacity of layers, then moving into Layer Modes, which use mathematical functions to allow more complex combinations to achieve certain effects. We discuss the mathematics as a background to more discussion in subsequent tutorials of the specific Layer Modes.
In this episode the inlaws host Paul Ramsey of OpenGeo fame. Apart from his PostgreSQL contributions,
Paul is probably best known for GIS work and geo DB contributions in general (in addition to
off-the-beaten track stuff like URL of his website among other things). Don't miss this for nuggets
on geo databases and beyond!
I read a paper I wrote about the ethical issues of renewable energy and conservation efforts.
Hosted by Paul Quirk on 2021-06-01 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license. Tags:Ethics,renewable,energy,poverty,solar,wind,conservation,green.
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Released: 2021-05-27. Duration: 00:06:06. Flag: Clean. Series:Podcast recommendations. Tags:infosec, podcasts, security.
Presenting my favorite podcasts related to information security careers and growth
Released: 2021-05-20. Duration: 00:57:33. Flag: Explicit. Series:Linux Inlaws. Tags:Policitians, artificial intelligence, deep learning.
Part 2 of the miniseries on Deep Learning, politicians and other approaches to intelligence (or not)
Released: 2021-05-14. Duration: 00:22:28. Flag: Explicit. Series:Podcast recommendations. Tags:Anarcho Book Club,anarchism,gnuWorldOrder,gwo.
This is an example of the podcast that was featured on GNU World Order
Released: 2021-04-22. Duration: 01:07:03. Flag: Explicit. Series:Linux Inlaws. Tags:Policitians, artificial intelligence, deep learning, convolutions.
Part 1 of a miniseries on AI, ML, DL and other fun
Released: 2021-04-20. Duration: 00:16:55. Flag: Clean. Tags:open source, free software, communal software, cooperative technology, politics, philosophy.
If open source misses the point of free software philosophy, what point is free software missing?
Released: 2021-04-08. Duration: 00:56:57. Flag: Explicit. Series:Linux Inlaws. Tags:Probabilistic data structures,PDS.
The two chaps discuss uncertainties and beyond in this episode on probabilistic data structure