The fastest way to disable PC speaker in Ubuntu

There are several ways to disable usually noisy PC speaker in Ubuntu Linux (this is what beeps every time you wish to keep silent). The fastest one is just to unload its kernel module/driver: sudo modprobe -r pcspkr Add the the line “blacklist pcspkr” to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist to turn off the speaker forever Information improvisation: Unlike scam http://www.braindumps.com/101-01.htm dumps and http://www.pass4-sure.us/642-998-dumps.html training program, our best http://www.test-king.com/exams/352-001.htm and http://asq.org/ online training courses […]

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Mount remote filesystem via ssh protocol using sshfs and fuse [Fedora/RedHat/Debian/Ubuntu way]

Imagine the following situation: you have to compile some Linux/Unix application or kernel module that requires kernel source present at your hard drive, say, in /usr/src/kernels/kernel-2.6.21-i386/ or elsewhere. But there is not enough disk space to copy these sources or install kernel-devel or linux-source packages (in Fedora/RedHat or Ubuntu/Debian distros respectively)… Sounds familiar? Believe me, sometimes it happens As a solution you can mount the directory of some remote PC […]

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Distribution of the week: BackTrack -- Network Security Suite

BackTrack is Live distribution for penetration and security tests. This is how its developers describe it. But there are plenty of tools, utilities, programs behind this brief description. Let’s dig into. This distribution started from the merge of two ones: WHAX (or Whoppix) and Auditor Security Collection (the swiss army knife for security assessments). The latest stable version (BackTrack 3) contains more than 300 tools (including such monsters as wireshark, […]

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