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23 Responses

  1. Riya says:

    47 and 48 are mixed up

  2. Ilyas B Arinov says:

    How to find out network interface uptime by a standard base system tools?

  3. Praneeth says:

    When executed “mkpasswd” command with -l option, I get below error.

    $ mkpasswd -l 20
    mkpasswd: invalid option -- 'l'
    Try 'mkpasswd --help' for more information.

    Without -l option it works.

    $ mkpasswd 20
    • Ravi Saive says:


      Thanks for sharing the tip, it seems you’re tried these instructions on Ubuntu based distro, so seems some difference options and arguments replaced or changed in the latest version of mkpasswd package..

  4. abhi says:

    nice content.

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