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How to remove Win XP security alert icon from the system tray?

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In this article, we will show two method to remove Security Alert icon from Windows system tray.

Method 1 - Remove Security Alert icon from Control Panel
  1. Click the Start button, From the Start menu select Control Panel.
  2. In Control Panel click the Security Center Icon. The Security Center window will now open.
  3. On the left of the window you will see a list of options. Click on the Change the way security Center alerts me option.
  4. In the Security Center Alert settings window you have three options:
    • Firewall
    • Auto Updates
    • Virus Protection
  5. Untick all 3 choices. Click OK.
  6. Finally Exit the Security Center and Control panel.
Method 2 - Remove Security Alert icon by running services.msc
  1. Click the Start button, From the Start menu select Run.
  2. In the Run dialogue box type: services.msc.
  3. In the services window scroll down the list until you come to Security Center.
  4. Double Click on the Security Center option. The Security Center properties window will open.
  5. In the Start Type dialogue box it should read Automatic.
  6. Click the arrow on the right of the dialogue box. From the drop down menu select Disable. Click the Apply button followed by OK to Exit the Security Center Properties Window.
  7. Finally Exit Services msc.


Common SSH Commands

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As promised, I will teach babies* to manage unmanaged server from scratch. It means I’ll try to bring those babies from zero to hero being a Server Ninja. Hence, for my early posts I will firstly write all basic things for newbie server admins should know. In this page I list all necessary, most-used and common SSH commands useful to navigate through SSH client like Putty. I believe these commands are working on any Unix-based servers.

* babies = newbies with no knowledge about Linux and server at all

If you are really a newbie, then you should bookmark this page otherwise simply skip this post.

My next plan: I will post other articles of basic guides how to do things in your server via SSH. Browse it all here.

Requirements To SSH

  • A working SSH client like Putty (Windows) or Terminal (Mac and Linux)
  • A working Linux-based server with SSH enabled
  • A cup of coffee if you wish
  • A computer with stable Internet connection

Some Conventions

  1. Hit Enter or Return key on your keyboard after every each command / line
  2. Each line is a single raw of command unless specified otherwise
  3. Replace domain.com with your own domain name and TLD
  4. Replace xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with IP address of your own server
  5. Replace example paths and file names according to your server information
  6. If a path ends with slash “/” then its a directory
  7. A directory: “/path/to/directory/” will always end with slash “/”
  8. A file: “/path/to/file” won’t have slash “/” in the end
  9. A file is not always having extension in the end of the file name

OK, so lets start with the most common commands to SSH you should know..

Navigating

1. How to move into another directory
Use command below to change directory

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cd [another directory]

example: move to directory “download”

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cd download

2. How to go to home directory

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cd ~

3. How go to the last directory you were in

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cd -

4. How to go up a directory level

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cd ..

5. How to show the full path of the current directory
Use this command to find out where are you currently in.

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pwd

6. How to list files and/or directories in a directory

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ls (just type ls and hit enter)

7. How to list all files and information

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ls -al

8. How to list all files ending with certain extension

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ls *.ext

example:

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ls *.php

9. How to list all files and folders with detailed information including file size

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ls -alh

10. How to quit and exit SSH client

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exit

File Management

11. How to copy and rename file
Use this command to copy and rename a file

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cp [filename] [new filename]

example: we’ll rename banner.jpg to banner728px.jpg

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cp banner.jpg banner728px.jpg

example: we’ll cope banner.jpg to a folder called “ads”

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cp banner.jpg ads/banner.jpg

example: copying and renaming at once

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cp banner.jpg ads/banner728px.jpg

ps: original file will remain, it is just copied.

12. How to move and rename file
Use this command to move and rename file

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mv [old filename] [new filename]

example: moving a file to another directory

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mv banner.jpg ads/banner.jpg

example: moving a file to another directory and renaming it at once

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mv banner.jpg ads/banner728px.jpg

ps: original file will be deleted as it was moved to another location
pps: you can also move a folder

example: moving “image” folder to “media” folder

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mv image/ media

example: moving “image” folder to upper directory

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mv image/ ..

13. How to delete / remove a file

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rm [file name]

example:

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rm banner.jpg

14. How to delete / remove all files in current directory

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rm *

15. How to delete files with certain extension

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rm *.extension

example: remove all files with .jpg extension

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rm *.jpg

16. How to copy a folder with all files and folders in it

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cp -r [directory] [new directory]

17. How to create new folder

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mkdir [folder name]

example:

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mkdir image

18. How to search for a file starting within current directory

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find . -name [filename] -print

example: find a file called “banner.jpg” in current folder

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find . -name banner.jpg -print

19. How to search for text within a file

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grep [text] [filename]

example: find the word “sidebar” in file index.php

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grep sidebar index.php

20. CHMOD – how to change file permission

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chmod [permission type] [file/folder name]

example:

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chmod 777 config.php

Available permission type: (below is not command)

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
First number is for the owner, second for the group, and third for everyone.
7 = Read + Write + Execute
6 = Read + Write
5 = Read + Execute
4 = Read
3 = Write + Execute
2 = Write
1 = Execute
0 = All access denied