Just one command and you’re done!
The tools offered by desktop environments dedicated to the Linux-based operating systems are numerous, however, viewing the weather in the terminal always has its charm, especially if you do it just with one command.
And that command is offered from Wego application and web service companion wttr: in particular, thanks to curl, we can exploit this to view the weather in the terminal without going through other third-party apps, and above all without installing the wttr server! Only two fundamental requirements for this process to work: to be connected to the Internet and have access to Continue reading “See the weather in the terminal on Ubuntu”
Targets network equipment such as routers, gateways, and wireless access points and potentially also IoT devices equipped with the operating system of the penguin.
There is a new and more powerful version of Kaiten, malware controlled via Internet Relay Chat (IRC), usually used to carry out DDoS attacks (Distributed Denial of Services), tells Eset in a statement. The remastered malware has been dubbed Linux / Remaiten and targets network equipment such as routers, gateways, and wireless access points and potentially also Continue reading “Remaiten, the malware that attacks Linux”
Linux, more precisely GNU/Linux is an operating system or a group of essential programs that makes a computer work and do something for us.It’s an alternative to Windows and MacOS and can replace them (or being booted from the same computer that has another OS.)
Generally talking,Linus is the first representative of the “free software” or better saying the software that is being distributed with a license that permits not only usage,but it permits editing,copying and analyzing Continue reading “What’s Linux ?”