I've been complaining about search engines trashing my search queries for a while now. I type in words that I'm looking for and they just return whatever they feel like. Even DuckDuckGo, which I've
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As much as I love KDE/Plasma, I have to say it, lately things seems to be getting more and more complicated, overloaded and less flexible, even messy at times. Anyway.
I dislike system so
In the olden days you could easily restart the network stuffs by
using the init scripts, like:
restart That was very useful if you needed to change your
The short version is that the W3C approved DRM (Digital Rights/Restrictions Management) and the process was not very open. The inclusion of DRM within the W3C standards has been fought against for
When you see the Your connection is not private message in your browser, it's generally because the website uses a certificate that your browser does not approve. It can be because
If unsure then ask yourself, are we the baddies ?
It seems that in the newer verion of MySQL (or MariaDB) that the user 'root' may no longer connect to the database server via PhpMyAdmin (and other such tools). After searching the Interwebs and fi
Today I wanted to mount a directory that belongs to Bob in Alice's home directory while giving Alice full permissions. This is how I found out about Bindfs. I'll get straight to what I was trying t
In this quick howto, we'll see how to use Letencrypt in manual mode on Debian Jessie (with a mix of Stretch/testing). The idea is to generate the needed files and then copy them over to the web
Update 1:I added the package dbus-x11 which needs to be manually installed for this to work on a system that has no X server.
Update 2:I added a tunnel setup t
Comment spam is the art of crafting spammy comments and getting them posted on websites and blogs (and on blogs that are websites). The goal varies from just getting clicks to a malicious page to t