A simple console wireless network manager for OpenBSD

Maybe some will enjoy this simple console based wireless network manager i use on my OpenBSD Box to connect to the different wireless networks i come across during the week. 4NU558BUVMKY

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Locking Your Shell

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Often times we SSH into our BSD boxes and then have to leave our stations for a little bit. If we don’t do anything special with our open terminal, that poses a serious security threat to our boxes. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just lock the open terminal without having to close the connection? Well, we can with a built-in utility called lock(8). There is also the vlock port that I will discuss as well.

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Colors in ls

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Ever wanted an easy way to distinguish directories and executables from everything else while you’re ssh’ed in to your FreeBSD box? You may have seen colors using ls on some Linux distros such as SlackWare but now you can have it on your FreeBSD machine.

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