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    VM NAT Private IP Address

    Virtual Box has two type of network adaptor for NAT features. - NAT (10.0.3.1 - 10.0.3.254) - NAT Network (10.0.2.1 - 10.0.2.254) Both are /24 and having the different functionality and working. Please don't get confused with Network Classes here. This is something Virtual Box implemented...
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    Today's article has a couple more ways to generate passwords in the terminal...

    Using Linux cmd, you can generate password with desired password length: passwordLength=16 && (cat /dev/urandom | tr -dc '[:alpha:]' | fold -w ${1:-$passwordLength} | head -n 1) Where you can enter the desired passwordLength.
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    Today's article has you using wget with one or the other of IPv4 or IPv6

    For wget over IPv4 , you can use "-4" argument: [[email protected] ~]# wget -4 "google.com" --2022-07-13 12:30:09-- http://google.com/ Resolving google.com (google.com)... 172.253.115.101, 172.253.115.113, 172.253.115.102, ... Connecting to google.com (google.com)|172.253.115.101|:80... connected...
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    [SOLVED] PING can't redirect errors

    @SlowCoder, you can redirect STDOUT and STDERR to /dev/null ping -q -c 1 computer.local 1>/dev/null 2>/dev/null
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    Bash script

    @Athin here is your script code : #!bin/sh for i in {1..10} do mktemp --suffix=.new file$i.XXX done getLatestFile=$(ls -Art | tail -n 1) echo "Last Modified File :" $getLatestFile chmod 600 $getLatestFile - Code will create 10 files - Add Extension ".new" to all the files in a directory...
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