Tag Archives: Ubuntu

Howto: Android Development on Chromebook

Background One the primary reasons I got the Chromebook was to support a broad range of development options on a Linux platform. The risk is that since it is a Chromebook, it is most definitely not a general purpose Linux … Continue reading

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Installing / Using W3af

Background W3af is a vulnerability scanner for web applications. Arbitrarily scanning random webpages / sites without permission from the site owners could get you a visit from law enforcement of the cyber type (FBI in the US). I recently had … Continue reading

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Ubuntu Wubi (not dead yet – but close)

Ubuntu Wubi is a Windows based installer that dual boots your Windows system with the least amount of effort. It really is (was?) my favorite way to keep a backup Ubuntu image handy. The idea was that the Wubi installer … Continue reading

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