A very appreciated feature of VirtualBox is the possibility to be used in a headless environment, without a GUI.
So, today I want to share the workflow I use for creating virtual machines using only the command line.
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Usually, Lenovo releases BIOS updates in two formats: a single .EXE file, that needs to be executed on a Windows OS, and a .ISO file that needs to be burned on a CD.
But, how can i perform the upgrade if my laptop doesn’t have the CD reader and my OS is Linux?
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In a previous post I’ve explained the setup of my “ultra geek” laptop: a cheap Dell with Debian, a minimal graphical interface (i3) and a small subset of light applications.
Some readers asked me more information about my i3 configuration, expecially regarding some laptop features such as keys binding for screen brightness and volume control.
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When you start analyzing a Linux memory dump using volatility, the first problem you may need to face is choosing the correct memory profile.
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