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If you are looking for a packet sniffer program for a Microsoft Windows system there is WinDump, which is the command line equivalent of tcpdump, which is widely used on Unix, Linux, OS X, etc. systems. Or you could use a program with a Graphical User Interface (GUI), such as Wireshark. Nir Sofer also provides many network monitoring tools at NirSoft.net, ...


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Well you can just send email to PACKAGE-owner@fedoraproject.org but the normally preferred method (especially as this CVE already seems to be public) would be to enter a bug at https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=Fedora. The literal answer to your question is to look the package up in the package database at ...


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Turns out Javatar can do this. It's within the Java Operations option on it's main menu. However it's not as quick and easy as one shortcut. However it does fix all of your imports instead of just importing for one specific function (which is what JavaImport did).


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The last command acts by reading /var/log/wtmp. You can set up a watch on it by means ofinotifywait(part of the package *inotify-tools) as follows: while inotifywait -e close_write /var/log/wtmp ; do /path/to/executable/script; done where /path/to/executable/script is some a script (made executable by chmod 755 script) which will do some highly ...


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You have several possibilities. Those that come to my mind immediately are all based in the idea to periodically execute the w command (hence, strictly speaking they are no real-time monitors, but top also refreshes the current processes only periodically): Shell based (bash syntax) Infinite loop that executes w every second: while true; do clear w ...



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