To schedule tasks in Linux there are two useful tools that are worth knowing about, at and cron. In this guide I am briefly going to touch upon these two commands and then I am going to show you the Everyday Linux User way which I find to be much easier.
I have a n android phone and just rooted it. I access it using 'terminal Emulator'. I performed many basic linux-like commands in the terminal like rm,ls,df,reboot etc and they are working fine. But many of them are not like man <something>, clear,du etc.
Can any of you please help to tell me alternatives for 'clear' and 'man' for android?:confused:
I want to write a script which runs a command or a bunch of commands to check if connection tracking is enabled. Or if any connection is being tracked. Basically knowing if any iptables rule is added that would track connections or is tracking connections.
This whole problems with hard drives in fedora is really starting to piss me off. Again nobody in teh linux community can document worth crap and the documents are even spread out where without knowing the answer they cannot easily be found due to finding the correct keyword or current terminology without going through endless amounts of outdated or completely incorrect information.