ss – anothre utility to investigate sockets.

2013-04-11 1 min read Fedora Linux
ss is : ss is used to dump socket statistics. It allows showing information similar to netstat. It can display more TCP and state informationsthan other tools. This comes in iproute package in Fedora. So, to install this you would need to install “iproute” if not installed already. sudo yum install iproute Now, once you have done that you can look at the man page to check what all you can see with ss. Continue reading

Setup your own RFC Editor for Linux.

2012-03-05 2 min read Fedora Learning Linux
Image via Wikipedia Well, if you are a professional who has to keep referring to RFC, then you know how good it would be to have the RFC downloaded and kept in your computer. But then unless you can search it and use and editor with it, its of not much use. So, here is something that you can do : First get the rfc rpm from the below link: Continue reading

ss – utility to investigate sockets.

2011-09-07 1 min read Fedora Linux
Sometimes, you find some interesting application/command by accident, and that is just what happened a few days back. Well, I was doing a ssh and as usual made my share of mistake in typing and missed the “h” from the ssh command and saw a list of options instead of my prompt on remote server. Now, that set me thinking and fond that its a very interesting command that comes with iproute on Fedoara, so if you want this command, then install iproute like this Continue reading