Upgrading Ubuntu 10.10 Kernel to

I was trying to run airbase-ng on my laptop’s Ubuntu 10.10 but I realize that it have problems.  (1.) The created Access Point could not be accessed and (2.) the channel that the Access Point is created runs on channel 255 which is out of range.  I had to start searching for a solution.  My early findings told me that it had something to do with the network driver.  My laptop runs on bcm4311 and I found out that it may have something to do with MadWifi so I thought I need an Atheros.  This morning I had tried firing up my laptop in BackTrack 4 and ran airbase-ng.  My iPod caught the Access Point immediately.  At this point, I knew that it must be something wrong with Ubuntu so I continued searching.

I had then found out from the internet that it could be my kernel version that is causing the problem and here I am, updating my Ubuntu from the default kernel 2.6.35-22-generic to or not airbase-ng is going to work now I am still not sure, will be updating this.  It works.

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For each file in directory in Ubuntu terminal

Open the terminal and type

for f in *; do echo "$f"; done

* indicates all files in current directory to list all files in your home directory change command as follows:

for f in $HOME/*; do echo "$f"; done

To list all files in /etc/ directory, modify command as follows:

for f in /etc/*; do echo "$f"; done

Source: http://nixcraft.com/shell-scripting/15731-linux-bash-loop-display-all-file-name-echo-command.html

HTTP File Downloader for Linux and Windows in C | Source Code

A member in HackForums by the handle Jakash3 has posted a source code on how to download files from the Internet that can be compiled in both Linux and Windows.  Another great feature is that it supports IPv6. Read the rest of this entry »

Installing Ubuntu / BackTrack / Linux onto a pendrive

Have a need to install an Operating System into your pendrive?  Follow these steps provided by PendriveLinux.com.

Cool desktop setup!

A new desktop setup for my laptop using Ubuntu!