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Non-authoritative scan results of BitDefender, ClamAV and F-prot

Posted 07-01-2009 at 07:35 PM by unSpawn
Tags antivirus

Like before here's some results of running BitDefender, ClamAV and F-prot on over 11K of files containing Rootkits, LKM's and other goodies. Because of what I do most of the files are GNU/Linux related. (I run AV like a pentester would run metasploit against a networked entity.) I'm well aware of the AV-on-GNU/Linux-yes-or-no debate and this is not the place to go into that: search LQ or open up a thread if you need to discuss validity.

The commercial AV market is kind of an odd...
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APIs to get the system information

Posted 07-01-2009 at 08:06 AM by naveenisback

Hi bro's


I want to know APIs in linux to get the system information like cpu info, memory info, battery info, network info. I have to get those information and have to send to other host. I am using redflag.

please tell me those apis except uname..
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Joining records using sed or awk

Posted 07-01-2009 at 07:34 AM by JimRobinson
Tags awk, line join, sed

I have a very large file, 9 million records, and there are sections in the file where I need to join records. How can I get for example line number 100,000 and join to it lines 100,001-100,050 using sed or awk? The joins need to happen multiple times throughout the file. I can get the line number for the first and last line I need in my join but am having difficulty figuring out how to reformat the file with the lines joined and the file saved with the one end-resulting line.

Any...
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And a measure of Wine to all...

Posted 06-29-2009 at 03:20 PM by Shingoshi

I'm going to raise the stakes here. What I'm about to say may rile some of you. But I really think it needs to be said, and attention given to this.

I believe it is counterproductive for the open-source community to become complacent in the imagination applied to the vision of what direction we should take with development. Given the fact that open-source software is under direct attack by proprietary systems (one in particular), I firmly believe emphasis needs to be given to counter...
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Linux Netbooks: back to the facts

Posted 06-29-2009 at 06:27 AM by erlik

There has been a lot of talk about the success or failure of the Linux netbooks recently, to the point that it is now a very controversial topic. I think that it is time to go back to the facts and perform an objective analysis of the Linux netbook market. You will see that Linux netbooks have been neither a complete success nor a complete failure.
Read the full post here.
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