In this set of super-quick “how-tos” we’ll see how to explore a Linux System via CLI (command line). How to check release, architecture, platform, files, logs, processes, devices and other useful info to start troubleshooting or maintaining a Linux System.
Companies keep trying to implement Snort (or Suricata for that matter) on FPGA and/or in hardware. In this article we’ll try to identify the challenges behind such an approach.
In this article we’ll see how to configure and use a TPM module (Trusted Platform Module) on CentOS 7 (RHEL 7, PacketLinux 2 and Scientific Linux and Fedora).
In this post we’ll have a look at how to install McMyAdmin, Minecraft Server, Forge and ComputerCraft to be able to run a full professional Minecraft Server to play with our friends and even to code in Minecraft!
In this quick how-to we’ll see how to rename your Apple Mac hostname correctly.
In this article we’ll have a look at how to force any software application to use Huge Pages (HugeTLB) without the need to modify the source and/or recompile them.
In this article we’ll see how to read information about your computer BIOS and hardware from the Linux command line.
Wow my blog got really busy on 2015 and here are some reports!
In this quick how to we see all Mac OS X startup key combinations (for Intel based Macs) to fix problems, force Mac booting from a usb key or an external drive, to reset PRAM and more.
In this article we give a look at a practical case of using BSD sandbox by sandboxing Tor WEB Browser Bundle on Mac OS X to reduce risks of exploits from malicious websites while preserving full anonymity using Tor network and Tor browser.
Windows 10 has just been released and far to many question marks have been pointed out already… let’s see why (at least for now) Windows 10 is a no-no for companies and private users who have important data stored on their computers.