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dmesg command - write the kernel messages


$ dmesg

The dmesg Command. The dmesg command is used to write the kernel messages in Linux and other Unix-like operating systems to standard output (which by default is the display screen). A kernel is the core of an operating system.
Debian Sources List Generator

vi /etc/apt/sources.list

Monitor Hard Disk Activity

iostat
iostat -dx

Install DNS

apt-get remove --purge  dnsmasq
apt-get clean
apt-get install dnsmasq

Latest Linux Version

##--- Linux Distro ---#
$ cat /etc/*-release

##--- Enterprise Red Hat ---#
$ cat /etc/enterprise-release

Remove file by an inode number


ls -il
find . -inum 12894036759 -delete
find . -inum 12894036759 -exec rm -i {} \;

Escape quote in awk with \x27


cat delete.sorted | awk '{print "DELETE FROM links WHERE domain=\x27"$1"\x27;"}'






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