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Some things about Linux

I was asked a while back by someone to share my opinion on Linux and knowing that the person asking me this wasn’t well versed with Linux and didn’t have much of an experience with it I said that Linux isn’t the best choice. At least not always. I did that because personally I have

Weekly Link Recommendations #3

Here’s this week’s recommended links: Getting started with RaspberryPI .TLD – Top Level Disaster Server performance benchmarking script How to run a secure self hosted mail server ServerBytes goes live The birth & death of privacy What Web Can Do Today How the FBI puts internet privacy in crossfire Create a mobile friendly, responsive menu

How justice really works

Some guy, he’s name does not matter that much, helps uncover a rape case in which a group of highschool footbal players abuse an uncounscious girl. He gets his hands on the incriminating video by hacking, the only way one could obtain that video and use it as proof. And for that he is charged

Weekly recommended links #2

Here’s some more useful links that I came across this week: Setup OpenVPN on Ubuntu Clear the local DNS caches Convert RPM and DEB using Alien Command line tricks for geeks How long before you start getting SEO results? 17 problems all sysadmins will understand Optimize Apache concurrency for running WordPress How to work with

Weekly recommended links

I am going to start off with a series of link recommendations as what I find a good read needs to be shared: Documentation: Linux vs. FreeBSD (a case study) A praise for hackers The sad state of Romanian blogs The inventor that hacked the dictatorship 75% of Bluetooth smart locks can be hacked Apache