Base-Name Edition - Released
The Path to a file contains multiple parts; among them, the directory location and the target file name, or, the initial instance of the object's presence in the file system. It is often requisite when automating tasks to manipulate the Path, including but not limited to extracting the Base Name of the file object for a variety of reasons. Let's explore some common Base Name manipulations in this release.
Manipulate (Base | Dir) Names.
Cent8x-Stream Edition - Released
CentOS offers a visage into the world of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). It is a fork. Unlike its Enterprise counterpart, there are fewer encumbrances, especially vis-à-vis the all-too-important frequently required software updates. Use CentOS to align your Applications and Services with RHEL.
CentOS8x Stream Administration
GParallel Edition - Released
Physical frequency limits of currently-employed materials have been met some time ago. Multiple Cores were the natural answer, permitting ever-greater SMP execution. Applications were adapted to harness the benefits, however, countless cycles are still wasted, which is wasteful on any number of fronts. GNU Parallel and similar tools discourage waste by allowing more simultaneous executions. Have a proper glance at this simple, but powerful Executor in this release.
Spawn processes in Parallel with GNU Parallel.
Command-Sub Edition - Released
Among the many useful $SHELL features is the ability to substitute commands in-place, at the calling-point. Command substitution places the output of one or more commands at your disposal for usage in say a Variable, Alias, or in-line for further processing. Nesting extends this functionality as far as your (use-case | imagination) dictates, possibly resulting in extremely useful time-saving command-sets. Spend some time substituting commands in this release.
Command Substitution in: Z Shell (zsh), and BASH.
Z-Shell Edition - Released
The $SHELL to end all $SHELLs. Ostensibly, Z-Shell, or, zsh, or 'which $(zsh)' offers the best of the cumulative lot of, well: $SHELLs and their expansions, interpolations, substitutions, pleasurable frustrations, and so on. Highly-customizable, zsh is an appropriate environment for novices to experts alike. Features abound, usability is high, draw nigh and reap wondrous rewards of $SHELL endowments. Perhaps it is time to consider the official transition from BASH to: Z-Shell.
Z Shell, zsh
SSH-Win Edition - Released
OpenSSH provides SSH client | server services for Windows environments. The same OpenSSH stack that is defacto elsewhere, is available on Windows clients and servers. Armed with sufficient PowerShell knowledge, one can be rather productive largely from the $SHELL on Windows.
OpenSSH Client | Server on Windows
PuTTY-SSH-Win Edition - Released
PuTTY SSH provides apt SSH client services for Windows environments. From Terminal (TTY) access, to Interactive and Non-Interactive file transfers, to integrated console TTY access, the toolkit allows your Windows team a relatively seamless interaction with standard *Nix SSH services.
PuTTY SSH Client on Windows
ReCon79x-Win Edition - Released
NMap affords visibility into virtual and actual landscapes that can be obscure, at best, and ostensibly specious @ worst. Having a firm grasp of the longstanding, efficacious core-capabilities of this class-leading tool, confers natural advantages to the otherwise beleagured. Armed with latest packet capture library for Windows, Npcap, NMap is fit to the task of ascertaining and articulating the threat-landscape.
NMap 7.9x Usage on Windows
ReCon79x Edition - Released
NMap affords visibility into virtual and actual landscapes that can be obscure, at best, and ostensibly specious @ worst. Having a firm grasp of the longstanding, efficacious core-capabilities of this class-leading tool, confers natural advantages to otherwise disadvantaged men. Knowing is usually better than NOT-knowing. Knowledge begins with the Latin verb: reconnoiter. Naissance enables recognition of the landscape, which, prompts calls to action. Be at most comfortable with the Reconnaissance tool of choice: NMap.
NMap 7.9x Usage
Deb10x Edition - Released
Among the longstanding and well-maintained Distros is Debian. Its 'apt' package management framework is legendary; as is its commitment to supply por gratis, recurring security updates over a long horizon. Indeed, this distinguishes Debian and its relatives as the leading Linux Distros available.
Debian 10x Administration
devfd012 Edition - Released
Integral to the functioning of C-oriented IO streams is the notion of file-descriptors. In particular, three standard file-descriptors are found across implementations and are regularly instantiated and referenced by users, processes and the kernel alike. (Input | Output | Error Handling) are the three requisite file-descriptors you should be comfortable with when navigating Linux, Unix and other modern systems.
Explore the usefulness of the: /dev/fd facility