Make Kali bootable usb in ubuntu

Make a Kali bootable usb in Ubuntu using terminal

Ok so let me show you how to make a Kali bootable usb or drive in Ubuntu in just a couple of simple steps using terminal. This tutorial will literally only require 2 commands and will take you a couple of minutes to complete depending on your USB drive, the slot it is plugged into Read more about Make a Kali bootable usb in Ubuntu using terminal[…]

Format USB Memory Stick or Drive in Ubuntu

Format USB Memory Stick or Drive in Ubuntu

Ok so let me show you how to format a usb memory stick or drive in Ubuntu in just a couple of seconds using the native ubuntu tools This tutorial will literally take you a couple of seconds and is very easy and simple to follow. Please let me know if you run into any Read more about Format USB Memory Stick or Drive in Ubuntu[…]

Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP on Ubuntu

Ubuntu Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP (Ping) Temp and Permanent Solution

Ubuntu – Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP Today I will show you how to Permanently disable ICMP / enable ICMP ping requests to your Ubuntu machine. I will also be covering how to temporarily disable ICMP / enable ICMP So let me show you how: 1. Open the terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+t 2. Now type Read more about Ubuntu Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP (Ping) Temp and Permanent Solution[…]

Empty Ubuntu Trash using Terminal or Command Line

How to disable password prompts in Ubuntu

Today I will cover how to disable password prompts in Ubuntu NOTE: THIS MIGHT BE A POTENTIAL SECURITY RISK Obviously when you disable password prompts in Ubuntu you run the risk of miscellaneous software being installed on your machine without being authenticated. And although I know that this is sometimes a real issue specially if Read more about How to disable password prompts in Ubuntu[…]

Get your release and version number in Ubuntu using Terminal

Get your release and version number in Ubuntu using Terminal

Today I will show you how to get your release and version number in Ubuntu using Terminal There is multiple reasons why you would be required to get your release and version number in Ubuntu using terminal. And it can be done by running a quick command. You are welcome to watch my video that Read more about Get your release and version number in Ubuntu using Terminal[…]

Install IRC/Xchat on Ubuntu and register a nick on a channel using SHA-256 password

Install IRC/Xchat on Ubuntu and register a nick on a channel using SHA-256 password

Install IRC/Xchat on Ubuntu and register a nick on a channel using SHA-256 password Today we will help you how to Install IRC/Xchat on Ubuntu and register a nick on a channel using SHA-256 password encryption There are multiple reasons why you would want to do this that includes keeping your password safe, just being Read more about Install IRC/Xchat on Ubuntu and register a nick on a channel using SHA-256 password[…]

Ubuntu mkpasswd how to SHA256 and SHA512

Today we will be using the terminal command mkpasswd in Ubuntu to SHA256 and SHA512 encrypt your password that can be used in IRC/XChat I will show you how to generate a shadow compatible password using Terminal in Ubuntu with the command mkpasswd to SHA256 and SHA512 encrypt your password. Essentially it is the same Read more about Ubuntu mkpasswd how to SHA256 and SHA512[…]

Add system tray or taskbar to Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10

Add system tray or taskbar to Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10

Today I will show you how to add system tray or taskbar to Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10 In order to Add system tray or taskbar to Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10 you will need to complete the steps below. You can view my video tutorial and then scroll down to simply copy and paste the code Read more about Add system tray or taskbar to Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10[…]

Add user on Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 using Terminal

Add user on Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 using Terminal

This is an easy tutorial to show you how to Add user on Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 using Terminal There is multiple reasons why you might want to Add user on Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 using Terminal. It is the fastest and easiest way to do it with minimal effort. I have done a video Read more about Add user on Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 using Terminal[…]

Creating and deleting a folder using Terminal in Ubuntu

Today I will be showing you how to create and delete folders in Ubuntu. For this tutorial we will be creating the folder named “testing” inside our “var” directory and then we will be deleting that same directory. So let me show you how: CREATING A DIRECTORY 1. Open the terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+t 2. Read more about Creating and deleting a folder using Terminal in Ubuntu[…]