After a couple of months of being GA (Generally Available) I was in the WSL bandwagon.
I started using Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) for a lot of good reasons, especially in my role as System Engineer. I work on different environments and across various operating systems and in my world virtualization and containers are the rule. My tools of trade are Powershell, BaSH and Python on the so having all of them in the same Operating System is really handy.
I attended Meetup events where WSL was presented, I’ve presented a brownbag myself on WSL, and recently as Techsnips Contributor I’ve create a small video on how to install it. So I’ll try in this article to give you a brief introduction.
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I use NMAP frequently and there are many times that I wish to have its functions on different environments. In this case I was interested in finding how many IP were available for capacity on a local network, knowing that all devices on my network have ICMP enabled.
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How many times we need to gather simple informations manually? Wouldn’t be easier and simpler just to get it with a one-liner? Every user can get his your public ip opening a browser and typing “What is my ip?”, few users know how to get the same information in one line from the cli.
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I absolutely love music in every shape or form and YouTube is an endless source of new inspiration for me. Few months ago I wanted to transcribe some songs, but at that time I was travelling abroad and the internet connection wasn’t always available. Searching for a solution, I found this useful tool called youtube-dl.
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