I am currently working on a personal programming project. Once completed, the eventual binaries will actually be launched by either running a Python or Perl script. Experimenting with some Perl stuff has given me the chance to review a nice Perl scripting IDE called Padre.
Ola guys! I started to learn some Spanish and this is the reason I am greeting in Spanish. I hope you like it, because I am not here to share academic papers with you, right? I am here to make learn some Linux fun. The reason why you should stick with Unixmen is that you […]
Unix/Linux is well known for its security and nobody doubts that. But why not work to make your machine even more secure. Securing your computer nowadays is very important and an absolute must. Or, do you want to be a little fish in the ocean? Sharks are hunting for fish like you and the big […]
Since Google Reader is now officially closed, we are all searching for the best alternative. We have already written an article about Tiny Tiny RSS Reader, a great alternative for Google Reader. It does a great job as exactly as Google Reader did, so many of us happy with it. Today we are going to […]
The Bastille hardening program “locks down” an operating system, pro-actively configuring the system for increased security and decreasing its susceptibility to compromise and downtime. Bastille can also assess a system’s current state of hardening, granularly reporting on each of the security settings with which it works. It currently supports the Red Hat (Fedora, Enterprise, and […]
This tutorial is a guide to help setting up systemd on Gentoo. systemd is a modern sysvinit and RC replacement for Linux systems. This article is based on the official Gentoo article on systemd. Kernel Configuration- Mandatory options: General setup —> [*] Control Group support [ ] Enable deprecated sysfs features to support old userspace tools […]
You will be notified by the systems (servers) itself that you are managing if there are any new software updates, security fixes and other upgrades by Software Updater (GUI). The Software Updater will automatically pop-up and notify if there are any new updates when you login to your system. If you don’t login to your […]
Whenever we visit a website, we are tracked by our ISP, unknown people(s) and of course, the NSA. They analyze our online activities and share the information to website owner or to some third party companies. These companies will sell products and services according to our online activities such as what we are seeing often, […]