Simultaneously Run Alexa and Google Assistant on Pi

STORY Assistants-Pi Simultaneously run Google Assistant and Alexa on Raspberry Pi Before Starting the setup For Google Assistant Download credentials—>.json file (refer to this doc for creating credentials https://developers.google.com/assistant/sdk/develop/python/config-dev-project-and-account) Place the .json file in/home/pi directory Rename it to assistant—>assistant.json For Amazon Alexa Create a security profile for alexa-avs-sample-app if you already don’t have one. https://github.com/alexa/alexa-avs-sample-app/wiki/Create-Security-Profile Amazon alexa… Continue reading Simultaneously Run Alexa and Google Assistant on Pi

Hackers, your favourite pentesting OS Kali Linux can now be run in a browser

Specially for hackers : You can now run Kali Pentesting OS in your web browser This bit of news is going to elate hackers and security researchers. Kali Linux is one of the most loved distros by the security community and it is now coming to in your browser. Network security specialist Jerry Gamblin has… Continue reading Hackers, your favourite pentesting OS Kali Linux can now be run in a browser

Linux Mint – Installing Drivers for Broadcom 802.11b/g wireless cards

This tutorial is applicable to LinuxMint Debian Edition for it doesn’t come with the Hardware Driver option (System->Administration->Hardware Drivers) found in Ubuntu and LinuxMint. Installing LMDE will not automatically install the driver for you so you have to manually do it from the Terminal. Steps are outlined below: You are required to connect to the… Continue reading Linux Mint – Installing Drivers for Broadcom 802.11b/g wireless cards

RESTARTING APACHE ON EC2

To restart Apache from the command line from a Amazon EC2 Instance simply type: /sbin/service httpd restart In case you get “permission denied” errors, you should try adding a sudo in front of the line, e.g.: sudo /sbin/service httpd restart These commands are no different. If you remember anything from your linux days. Just don’t… Continue reading RESTARTING APACHE ON EC2