Linux – Managing WiFi with wpa_supplicant

wpa_supplicant is a WPA Supplicant for Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, and Windows with support for WPA and WPA2 (IEEE 802.11i / RSN). It is suitable for both desktop/laptop computers and embedded systems. Supplicant is the IEEE 802.1X/WPA component that is used in the client stations. Read More …

Check Bluetooth version available on Windows, Linux and Mac

Bluetooth is one of the most common method/technology used to transfer the files between a mobile device and the computer, connecting to gaming devices and wireless speakers, but many times the version of Bluetooth is not supportive which creates issues in connecting and transferring the files. While most of the “smart” devices today support Bluetooth 4.0 or later, you won’t be really able to transfer the files if your Windows 10 system is not supporting at least Bluetooth 4.0. Read More …

Ubuntu – What is netplan?

Since Ubuntu 18.04 LTS has switched to Netplan for configuring network interfaces. Netplan is based on YAML based configuration system that makes configuration process very simple. Using netplan gives a central location to describe simple to complex networking configurations that function from Desktop to Server and from Cloud to IoT environments. Read More …

Linux – Disabling a webcam or USB ports

Disabling the access to a specific USB device or storage by terminal, in Linux Ubuntu, can be quite useful sometimes, so here is a specific article: disabling a webcam or USB ports, on Linux. Read More …

Linux – scp transfer files (passwordless) between systems

SSH (Secure SHELL) is a network protocol that is used to login into remote servers for execution of commands and programs. It is also used to transfer files from one computer to another computer over the network using secure copy (SCP) Protocol. Let’s see how to automate, passwordless, using Public/Private keys, file transfers between systems. Read More …