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nslookup (1) - query Internet name servers interactively

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reiserfsck (8) - The checking tool for the ReiserFS filesystem.

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VBoxSDL (1) - x86 virtualization solution

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ybmtopbm (1) - convert a Bennet Yee "face" file into a portable bitmap

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compose (1) - execute programs via entries in the mailcap file

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lsb_release (1) - print distribution-specific information

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smbcontrol (1) - send messages to smbd, nmbd or winbindd processes

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cvt (1) - calculate VESA CVT mode lines

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lvrename (8) - rename a logical volume

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This is your periodic reminder of sshuttle. My number one favourite tool in the box.

sshuttle.readthedocs.io/en/sta

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unicode_stop (1) - revert keyboard and console from unicode mode

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I'm looking for comments, insight, opinions on this service. I have not run across anything quite like this before. I am wondering where it lands on the "that's brilliant!......that's batshit crazy!" scale.

Boosts welcome.

arc.io

You know things are getting real when I move my flagship domain to the authoritative DNS at NOC.org!

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dockerd (8) - Enable daemon mode

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traceroute-nanog (1) - print the route packets trace to network host

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ld.bfd (1) - The GNU linker

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bzcmp (1) - compare bzip2 compressed files

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update-pciids (8) - download new version of the PCI ID list

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Since I'm already taking about linkcho.mp, here's an example of why I call it the "safe" URL shortener. It prevents people from obfuscating known bad URLs to keep everyone safer from phishing and download attacks.

This is an example of a Slack alert telling me this guy tried that.

Anyone want the webcho.mp domain? I registered it in April for my URL shortener but then noticed there was already a fairly established service named web chomp, so I switched to link chomp.

I have no use for it. Free to you if you can transfer it. Maybe you will need an account at get.mp, I am not really sure how to transfer a .mp domain, but I will work with you to figure it out.

DM me.

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hackers.town

A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.