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Running Cisco ASDM on linux

1 minute read

I have been looking for some months on how to do this. Searching over the internet, there many old guides that most of them do not work, except this one.

Nextcloud on OMV 5

5 minute read

As the title states. This solution is without the use of docker. It is just a straight forward installation of Nextcloud 18.0.3 on OMV 5 using Nginx (php-fpm...

DHCP server in Debian 9

1 minute read

These are the steps that I followed, in order to make a DHCP server in Debian 9 Stretch.

LTSP on ubuntu 16.04 server

2 minute read

LTSP ( L inux T erminal S erver P roject), adds thin client support to Linux servers. Just imagine PCs without a hard drive, running linux over the network. ...

Prestashop 1.7 - Classic theme SCSS to CSS

1 minute read

For the past 3 days, I was looking for a way to make changes to the classic’s theme CSS. As an amateur, I thought that if I make the changes I want to the fi...

Dump1090 on CentOS 7

less than 1 minute read

Dump1090 is an ADS-B decoder and it is used with the RTL-SDR dongle. Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast or ADS-B is the system that is used by aircra...

T-Rex Game on Google Chrome

less than 1 minute read

If you suddenly loose Internet access, you can play an endless running game. This only works if your computer isn’t connected to the Internet.

Wordpress behind nginx reverse proxy

less than 1 minute read

I had the task to get a wordpress website working on the internet. The website was only used locally under the domain intranet.local. So the customer wanted ...

How to install VDR on CentOS

3 minute read

VDR is an application that allows us to do video streaming using as source a DVB-S or DVB-T adapter. This guide was tested on CentOS 6.4 x64. I used VDR vers...

Install Asterisk and FreePBX no CentOS 7

2 minute read

We must have a fresh installation of CentOS 7 with internet access. We begin by disabling selinux because problems were observed during the installation with...

Examples on using command SCP

less than 1 minute read

The command SCP (Secure copy) allows us to copy - file transfer over SSH, providing the same level of security that SSH provides. Let’s see some examples :

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