zstd as short version, is a fast lossless compression algorithm, targeting real-time compression scenarios at zlib-level and better compression ratios. It’s backed by a very fast entropy stage, provided by Huff0 and FSE library.
The project is provided as an open-source dual BSD and GPLv2 licensed C library, and a command line utility producing and decoding
.lz4 files. Should your project require another programming language, a list of known ports and bindings is provided on Zstandard homepage.
Installation is from repos:
sudo apt install zstd
Create a USB bootable device from an ISO image easily and securely.
Don’t want to messup the system with
dd command? Create a bootable USB from an ISO in one line [see it in action].
Works seamlessly with hybrid and non-hybrid ISOs (SYSLINUX or UEFI compliant) such as any linux ISO, Windows ISO or rescue live-cds like UltimateBootCD. You don’t have to tweak anything:
bootiso inspects the ISO file and chooses the best method to make your USB bootable.
bootiso [<options>...] <file.iso>
bootiso <action> [<options>...] <file.iso>
bootiso <action> [<options>...]
The default action
[install-auto] as per first synopsis is to install an ISO file to a USB device in automatic mode. In such mode, bootiso will analyze the ISO file and select the best course of actions to maximize the odds your USB stick be proven bootable (see automatic mode behavior).
<actions> are listed in this bellow section.
To have a quick feedback,
[probe] around to check bootiso capabilities with given ISO file and list USB drives candidates [watch video]:
bootiso -p myfile.iso
curl -L https://git.io/bootiso -O
chmod +x bootiso
grepcidr is a
grepcidr can be used to filter a list of IP addresses against one or more Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) specifications. As with grep, there are options to invert matching and load patterns from a file. grepcidr is capable of efficiently processing large numbers of IPs and networks.
grepcidr has endless uses in network software, including: mail filtering and processing, network security, log analysis, and many custom applications.
For detailed instructions and examples, please see the README file or man page. A couple examples of usage:
grepcidr 2001:db8::/32 logfile
grepcidr 184.108.40.206/19 access.log
Install grepcidr with your package manager:
sudo apt install grepcidr