Gewure
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Aircrack-ng, using airmon-ng to change to monitor mode
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you don't need to use airmon-ng at all. you can simply: sudo ifconfig wlan0 down than go on with sudo iwconfig wlan0 mode monitor and finally sudo ifconfig wlan0 up thats basically what airmon-...

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What is the meaning of the `|` symbol in the shell?
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Im gonna try and answer this with a straight-forward practial answer: The pipe | lets you do awesome stuff in the shell! It's the one single operator that i consider the most usefull and mighty. ...

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What are these lock icons in my "computer"?
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The lock-symbol commonly denotes that your are logged in as a user who does not have the permissions to alter/edit/create/delete files downwards from the locked directory. I can see that you are ...

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Crash after updates
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This looks rather bad. GRUB is a bootloader - it initializes your OS after the hardware has been organized by the BIOS. Either you have a serious problem, or you need just do download GRUB, put it ...

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Map a range of ports to another range of ports (equal lengths of ranges)
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1 votes

[Mostly Stolen from the Internet] Enable IP forwarding: sysctl net.ipv4.ip_forward=1 Use the "nat" table to forward traffic: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-...

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How to install Linux Mint if I have deleted Ubuntu
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GRUB is just a bootloader, it should not have any impact on what you can install and what not. Chances are that there are still some valid boot-configurations lying around, which is why they show up ...

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I need to install Skype, how can I do it?
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very easy: go to the ubuntu softwarecenter and search for Skype.

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Keyboard Shortcut for loading file into julia
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1 votes

There is no really easy way, but there are ways. Nautilus supports scripts by itself. You can write them, then store them in ~/.local/share/nautilus/scripts/ and use them by rightclicking on the file(...

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Serious aircrack-ng problem
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You cannot easily put your device into mode managed and monitor (which is needed for aircrack-ng) simultanously. I think some devices support this, but most don't. The problem is that you offcourse ...

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problem with aircrack-ng
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After you put your device 'wlan0' into monitor mode, it most likely shows up as 'mon0'. check this by doing: ifconfig after you put it into the monitor-mode. You should see something other than ...

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Open terminal with multiple tabs and execute application which uniquely modifies PS1 variable for each tab
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I think you should use & to get your processes to run in background. https://www.tecmint.com/run-linux-command-process-in-background-detach-process/

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