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Wi-Fi on the Command Line

More people than ever are using wireless networks as their primary networking medium. Great programs are available under X11 that give users a graphical interface to their wireless cards. Both GNOME and KDE include network management utilities, and a desktop-environment-agnostic utility called wicd also offers great functionality. But, what if you aren’t running X11 and […]

What is IP v6?

Internet Protocol v6, or IPv6, is an Internet layer protocol developed in the 1990s (RFC2460) as an alternative to IPv4. IPv6 is based on 128-bit addresses, meaning that there are 2128 individual addresses available, which is approximately 3.4×1038, and exactly:\r\n340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431, 768,211,456 […]