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Learn how to install Packet Tracer on GNU/Linux

Hello, bro's!  Today I'm will teach how to install packet tracer in your GNU/Linux. This tutorial is based in distributions Debian fork. For RHEL distributions based, use the repository yum/rpm. The credits of this tutorial go to my class friend Pablo Henrique Batista ; Pablo, thank you for contributing Hello Libre! LinkedIn: Pablo Henrique   What's the Packet Tracer?  Packet Tracer is a cross-platform visual simulation tool designed by Cisco Systems that allows users to create network topologies and imitate modern computer networks. The software allows users to simulate the configuration of Cisco routers and switches using a simulated command line interface. Stable release: 8.0   Operating system: Linux, Android 4.2+, iOS 8+ and Microsoft Windows, macOS License: Proprietary Developer : Cisco Systems Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS and macOS. Source: Wikipedia/Cisco NetACAD.   Step by Step   1. Access the official NetAcad ( websit

Learn encrypting your files.

       Hello there  πŸ‘‹πŸ» Today, I'm will teach install and management the package ccrypt. Let's see how easy and quick it is to encrypt and decrypt files using very simple commands on Debian-based distro.  Let's first install ccrypt using this command: $ sudo apt install ccrypt  To encrypt a file, go to the folder and use this command : $ ccrypt name_file name_file =  name your file. You will be prompted to create a password and you must enter a password twice. The encrypted file will have a. Extension cpt. To decrypt the file, use this command below now and provide the password you created: $ ccrypt -d name_file You can use the application command in any distribution, as long as you can install the ccrypt package , well that's it! Questions or Suggestions? Contact me in my social networks.   GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time πŸ’£πŸ’’πŸ’’