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.
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:
Yesterday we introduced your to Linux command line console or shell in our previous post. To read that post, click here.
Today we will continue from where we left off and expand a little into more advanced commands.
Moving, Copying and Deleting files in Linux OS Environment/Bash Scripting hold key importance, these basic tasks are widely performed in Linux/Unix environments. Following are some important linux commands
The command line is an interface that allows a user to talk directly to a computer using commands. If the user knows the correct commands, then he can start any program, check status of his computer, and see what files he has stored without having to find the listing in his menu.
Best Beginners Linux Commands
By Dennis Frank Parker
There are many common Linux commands that will be to your benefit, if you ever even use your command line software in Linux. Many average users just use the graphical user interface instead which usually provides many tools and front-ends to Linux common commands.
I when my laptop gets running with a lot of processes, I hear the fan start going into overdrive and recently a few times my laptop has even turned off, before I could check anything in System Monitor. It is not the best laptop (Acer Aspire 4530) 2GB Ram, and an Athlonx2, so I am almost positive that it is overheating.