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I don't know where to put this. I am kinda new to this whole Reddit and I just want to share and help. ​ Please ask anything or point me in the right direction to help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnrtPoo6-d8&t=17s submitted by /u/Nervusbreakdown [link] [comments]

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Apologies in advance for the wordy post. I'm currently looking into using ProxyJump (and by extension ProxyCommand) to connect to an internal network machine via an exposed ssh bastion host. In the ideal case, what I want is an ssh tunnel to the bastion host, then a separate, independent connection that is routed through that tunnel to the internal machine as if that tunnel was any untrusted network connection, to mitigate the extent of a security compromise if the bastion should get compromised. However, all of the descriptions I can find of ProxyJump just describe the syntax and how to make a connection with it, not how it works, and the descriptions of ProxyCommand are ambiguous and sound an awful lot like the simpler descriptions of ssh-agent forwarding, which is explicitly not what I'm trying to do. Can anyone confirm how ProxyCommand works at a low level? That is, does it create an ssh connection to the bastion, then from the bastion create another ssh session and just forward the terminal session through this, or does it create an ssh tunnel and then run another nested ssh connection straight through from client to internal host? In other words, is ProxyCommand and ProxyJump susceptible to a MITM attach by someone who can control the bastion host? submitted by /u/AdamantUnstable [link] [comments]

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Hello, sorry to ask here but I need more people. I want to make (100%) sure if it is Linux kernel or android, of an embeded device (If you think that android is linux, please dont join this post). The kernel version seems to be 3.18.20, boot loader is little kernel , the device is a 4g modem(quectel ec21). The boot partition (MTD8) is unmounted, but I have the file from an update (used android too to extract) and the kernel size is 5M. I have access to the console. I analyzed the kernel symbols. If I did it correctly I can say that of the android only code (from here) : THERE IS NOT: binder, ashmem, pmem, logger, lowmem, paranoid network, ram console. THERE IS: wakelocks, timed outputs/gpio, usb gadget(adb). ​ Dmesg: [ 0.000000] Booting Linux on physical CPU 0x0 [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpu [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpuacct [ 0.000000] Linux version 3.18.20 ([email protected]) (gcc version 4.9.2 (GCC) ) #1 PREEMPT Thu Jun 21 11:57:03 CST 2018 Debug log: androidboot.authorized_kernel=true androidb oot.baseba[1050] Updating device tree: start [1160] Updating device tree: done [1160] booting linux @ 0x80008000, ramdisk @ 0x80008000 (0), tags/device tree @ 0x81e00000 INIT: version 2.88 booting From commands: [email protected]:/dev# uname -a Linux mdm9607-perf 3.18.20 #1 PREEMPT Thu Jun 21 11:57:03 CST 2018 armv7l GNU/Linux [email protected]:/# cat /proc/version Linux version 3.18.20 ([email protected]) (gcc version 4.9.2 (GCC) ) #1 PREEMPT Thu Jun 21 11:57:03 CST 2018 [email protected]:/# cat /proc/cmdline noinitrd rw console=ttyHSL0,115200,n8 androidboot.hardware=qcom ehci-hcd.park=3 msm_rtb.filter=0x37 lpm_levels.sleep_disabled =1 earlycon=msm_hsl_uart,0x78b3000 androidboot.serialno=f36b0cf9 androidboot.authorized_kernel=true androidboot.baseband=msm rootfstype=ubifs rootflags=bulk_read root=ubi0:rootfs ubi.mtd=18 ubi.mtd=13 More Info: startup debugging dmesg generic info Thankyou. submitted by /u/Jacko10101010101 [link] [comments]

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I am planning on getting a 3600 in the next few weeks and i have the choice of m450, x470 or x570 mobo. The first two options would need a bios flashback and while i have an old xp system, the usb ports don’t recognise a thing and a lot of time spent on trying to fix this has yielded no results. Is a bios flashback from linux possible? submitted by /u/Gatekeeper2019 [link] [comments]

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Anyone have any recommendations for a Linux for this old laptop? Every one I've tried gives a PAE error as the processor is a Pentium M 1.2ghz. Looking for something lightweight. I'm not expecting video playback but I would like it to surf the web with a modern browser. submitted by /u/jim2029 [link] [comments]

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