Ubuntu Linux commands i can never remember

TimeZone:timedatectltimedatectl list-timezonessudo timedatectl set-timezone your_time_zonesudo timedatectl set-timezone America/Toronto Assign all free space to the logical volume: https://packetpushers.net/ubuntu-extend-your-default-lvm-space/ IPv6 Disable:sudo nano /etc/sysctl.confadd following lines:net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=1net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6=1net.ipv6.conf.lo.disable_ipv6=1reboot OR sudo sysctl -p Hostname change: no reboot required, may be Ubuntu only, update DHCP/DNS req rebootsudo hostnamectl set-hostname new-hostnameverify new hostname:hostnamectl

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Information Security Strategy Cheat Sheet :-#infosec #informationsecurity #Linux #cybersec #cybersecurity #nmap #cybersecuritytips #security #DataSecurity #Pentesting #hacking #Hackers #cybersecuritynews #networksecurity #cloud pic.twitter.com/DgPm35b33c — Er Suraj Shukla (@ErSurajShukla) July 15, 2022

P2V without VmWare?

VmWare has stopped providing their standalone P2V converter because of a security bug, which leaves us serfs fumbling for an alternative. Tried winimage and it gave an error A Cove/NAble baremetal backup and restore works but takes a long time as it needs to copy all information to the internet.

Synology NAS won’t authenticate users after v7 upgrade

Check the logs to verify the NAS is rejecting NTLMv1Logon to your Synology NAS via Web browserMain Menu (top left), Log center, look for Warning entries that reference NTLMv1 Option1 More Secure, More Hassle:On each PC, start menu, type Local Security Policy, open itLocal Policy, Security Options, Network security: LAN Manager authentication levelIn the Drop-down …

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