check open ports without netstat or lsof

declare -a array=($(tail -n +2 /proc/net/tcp | cut -d":" -f"3"|cut -d" " -f"1")) && for port in ${array[@]}; do echo $((0x$port)); done | sort | uniq
Order and uniq

By: lucasjr76
2016-08-19 03:20:59

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Oh yes, I never thought about this in such possible ways ever before but thanks to my friend who recommended this post to me and I visited it. This is a very educational one.
RandyNelson · 40 weeks and 6 days ago
Nice but uniq has advantages and disadvantages. So I will keep a version without uniq around for when I really need it. Thanks for posting.
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raza02 · 18 weeks ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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