Here, simply, is a collection of information for doing various things on a unix system. Quite simply, my quick reference list.
- Lookarounds (regex exceptions): On linux box, grep messages log for occurrences of sudo access from userA and userB, but exclude korn and posix shells and the additional "no passwd entry for -i" message that goes with those logs.
/bin/grep -P '^.*sudo:( )+(userA|userB) :.*(?<!USER=userC ; COMMAND=/usr/bin/[k]sh|no passwd entry for -i!)$' /var/log/messages
mount on loop device
Loop devices are handy for mounting ISOs and RAM disks.
$ mkdir /home/user/DVD_mountpoint $ sudo mount /home/user/path/to/DVD.iso /home/user/DVD_mountpoint -t iso9660 -o loop
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