When you’re working on something technical, let’s say SNMP, OpenSSL, or C++ pointers, and you forget that one command, configuration file or attribute? You’ve learnt it so many times before, yet it always escapes you after so much as a month or two of neglect? I know that only too well, so I have introduced Cheat Sheets.
These are short articles designed with one purpose in mind – to help you refresh your memory.
cURL is a command-line based HTTP(S) library that has many different options to customize requests and handle responses.View Cheatsheet
Last Updated Feb 24, 2022
How to capture packets when all you have is a console.View Cheatsheet
Last Updated Jan 25, 2021
Adding, removing and editing rules for iptables on LinuxView Cheatsheet
Last Updated Dec 27, 2020
The replacement for sysvinit, systemd controls the services on LinuxView Cheatsheet
Last Updated Apr 15, 2022
A very brief guide to managing processes on Debian based Linux systems.View Cheatsheet
Last Updated Jan 9, 2022
Explains the different parts that make up a typical Linux GUI.View Cheatsheet
Last Updated Jul 7, 2022