The Implementing Cisco IP Routing (CCNP Route 642-902). Materials for efficient preparation to the exam.

A few days ago I have successfully passed 642-902 exam (CCNP ROUTE v6) and would like to share the list of materials I have been using to prepare to that exam. To get prepared I was using official Cisco Press training resourses, lab simulations and cheat sheets (before actually to go an take the exam). In this post I’d like to share this staff with you. A few words about […]

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16 GB encrypted candy file

Update: as far as cryptoloop is vulnerable and is not maintained I don’t recommend using below approach for creating encrypted for for those of you who require strong security. Use truecrypt to create encrypted filesystem within a file instead. Today it came to my mind that it is time to make sensitive information stored on my usb flash drive encrypted but still transportable and easy to use. But I don’t want […]

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Sort CLI output by line length

Want to sort file contents by each line’s lenght? No problems: artemn@artemn-laptop:~$ cat /etc/passwd | awk ‘{print length, $0}’ | sort -n | awk ‘{$1=””; print $0 }’

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Watching HD Media on Linux made easy

This article is presented to you by LaptopLogic.com. Go there to read the latest info on the top rated laptops and the best laptop accessories. [digg-me]The High Definition (HD) content is everywhere these days, from HD and Blue Ray Discs to streaming HD media. Although HD content gives best picture quality, it also uses a lot of computational power to decode and play. This was made easy for Windows by […]

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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 […]

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