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What Is Disk Operating System (DOS)?

Disk Operating System or DOS is an old command line based operating system which is developed by Microsoft. DOS operating system controls the hardware and peripheral devices of the computer and allows the applications and programs to run properly. DOS vs MS-DOS vs PC-DOS vs DR-DOS vs FreeDOS As we can see there are a lot of DOS operating systems which may be very confusing for most of us. Actually,...

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How To Download, Install and Use Microfocus (HP) Load Runner For Load Testing Tutorial with Examples?

Microfocus (formerly HP) Loadrunner is a Load, Stress and DoS Testing tools used to test applications. Loadrunner also provides benchmark results for the given target. In this tutorial, we will learn how to download, register, install and use Loadrunner. Features Loadrunner is a very capable tool which can be used for different purposes with different environments and cases. Here we will talk about some of the popular features of the...

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How To Install and Use dos2unix Command In Linux?

Different operating systems like Linux and Windows have different text file formats which are not compatible with each other. While using these platforms to edit and read text file there will be problems. If we want to use a text file which is created or edited in Windows or MS-DOS environment in Linux we need to change the text file into Linux format with the dos2unix tool. Install dos2unix As dos2unix...

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UEFI or Unified Extensible Firmware Interface

The first Personal Computer or PC is designed in 1980’s by IBM. This computer has different components and design from previously designed computers. This design is cloned by a lot of manufacturers. This computer boot sequence was like below.

BIOS was  the first component that runs when computer starts. BIOS initialization hardware and make some checks and then start operating system resides in disk or network. UEFI is next...

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Crash Linux System With A Bash Fork Bomb

Our aim is to create a lot of process with single and simple commands. So every created process will eat some RAM and CPU. If we loop it forever actually not forever because our system resources are limited system will crash. So we can ask this question why would I crash my system . As stated before we can use this as a test case for different purposes. Recursive Functions...

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