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HOW TO: Mount CIFS Windows Share in LINUX?

CIFS (Common Internet File System) is a protocol that defines a standard for remote file access from different platforms and computers, which enables you to share files without installing new softwares. CIFS functions over TCP/IP, and also it uses SMB (Server Message Block) protocol found in Windows for...
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HOW TO: Display a Digital Clock In Terminal?

Think a better world in the absence of clock, where everyone runs their chance of leaving the work undone on time. But this fails if it comes to Linux user. Linux is a intelligent OS species, which could print a continuous Date/Time in terminal so users have their smart way....
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HOW TO: Create Fork BOMB In LINUX?

If you are not thrilled with the real bomb, you can try typing this  :(){ :|:& };:  on your Linux terminal to crash your computer. you do not need to be the root user to do that. That string is known as the Fork bomb. Before you get to know...
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