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How To Set Up an OpenVPN Server on Ubuntu 16.04
Want to access the Internet safely and securely from your smartphone or laptop when connected to an untrusted network such as the WiFi of a hotel or coffee shop? A Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to traverse untrusted networks privately and securely as if you were on a private network. The traffic emerges from the VPN server and continues its journey to the destination.
ubuntu  linux  vpn  servers  sysadmin  terminal  tutorials 
yesterday by davidgasperoni
How To Route Web Traffic Securely Without a VPN Using a SOCKS Tunnel
Sometimes you're on a network that's insecure or has an overly restrictive firewall, and you need to access a website. You want to make sure no one in the middle is watching the traffic.

One solution is a VPN, but many VPNs require special client software on your machine, which you may not have rights to install.

If all you need to secure is your web browsing, there is a simple alternative: a SOCKS 5 proxy tunnel.

A SOCKS proxy is basically an SSH tunnel in which specific applications forward their traffic down the tunnel to the server, and then on the server end, the proxy forwards the traffic out to the general Internet. Unlike a VPN, a SOCKS proxy has to be configured on an app by app basis on the client machine, but can be set up without any specialty client agents.
ssh  proxy  vpn  terminal 
yesterday by davidgasperoni
Adding and removing individual login items from Terminal - Mac OS X Hints
osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to make login item at end with properties {path:"/path/to/itemname", hidden:false}'
terminal  mac  osascript  login-items  system  preferences  command-line  osx  users 
2 days ago by jmsmrgn
Practice touch typing in the commandline and measure your skills.
cli  terminal  typing  practice 
2 days ago by awhite
Data Science at the Command Line
This is the website for Data Science at the Command Line, published by O’Reilly October 2014 First Edition. This hands-on guide demonstrates how the flexibility of the command line can help you become a more efficient and productive data scientist. You’ll learn how to combine small, yet powerful, command-line tools to quickly obtain, scrub, explore, and model your data.
datascience  data  terminal 
3 days ago by pr3ssh

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