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In linux, create group called sales.
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sudo addgroup sales


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Flashcard 3825846324492

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In linux, for networking (i.e. for sending and receiving packets), each machine has a unique ip v4 address, such as 152.2.254.81, which can be represented by a [...] bit binary number.
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32

^^ note that each dot devided segment is an 8 bit number. 4*8 = 32

^^^each dot deviced segment can have a value between 0 to 255, since 255 in binary is 11111111


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25. Introduction to IP
ill reconstruct a packet from all the smaller subpackets that have the same Identification field. The convention for writing an IP address in human readable form is dotted decimal notation like <span>152.2.254.81 , where each number is a byte and is hence in the range of 0 to 255. Hence the entire address space is in the range of 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 . To further organize the assignment of addresses, each 32-bit address is divided into two parts, a network and a host part of the address, as shown in Figure 25.1. Figure 25.1: IP address classes The network part of the address designates the LAN, and the







No Treaty of Peace Shall Be Held Valid in Which There Is Tacitly Reserved Matter for a Future War

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Flashcard 3831793323276

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The causes for making future wars (which are perhaps unknown to the contracting parties) are without exception annihilated by the treaty of peace, even if they should be dug out of dusty documents by acute sleuthing.


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Flashcard 3836192886028

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In linux, in networking, what is CIDR used for?
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CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing), or supernetting, is a way to allow more flexible allocation of IP addresses than was possible with the original system of 3 IP address classes (classes A, B, and C). The notation is something like: 192.168.1.0/26 (here the /26 is the key part, and it means that the first 26 bits are for the LAN, leaving the remaining 6 bits for the actual IPs of the hosts, so you can have 2^6=64 different IP addresses in your LAN)


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GENEL FARMAKOLOJİ ABSORBSİYON • Absorbsiyon için değişik transport mekanizmaları kullanılır. En sık kullanılan pasif diffüzyondur. Membran Taş ı ma Şek ill eri • Eğer taşıyıcı varsa: Doygunluk vardır o Çünkü taşıyıcı sayısını aşan bir transport mümkün olmayacaktır. Toplam taşıyıcı sayısı transportun üst limitini sınırlayacaktır. • Taşıyıcı kullanılan membran transport çeşitleri : Aktif taşıma & Kolaylaştırılmış diffüzyon'dur Tablo: Membran transport şekilleri Enerji İhtiyacı P
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