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How to setup a 7 Days to Die server under Linux

Setting up a 7 Days to Die server under Linux isn’t as difficulty as you may think. The Steam developer Valve is providing a tool which makes it easier, even for people who aren’t that familiar with the Linux command… Continue Reading →

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Support me: Buy me a beer … or send me some Bitcoins

Please don’t get confused by this headline. This article is not about begging for donations in order to keep up with the writing I’m doing. I like love to write. And at the end of the day if someone sends… Continue Reading →

Monit: An easy to use monitoring solution for Linux

Besides Nagios, Icinga and check_mk there are some other, more slimmer tools to monitor servers. Especially if you are a private person and you want to monitor your vServer, Raspberry Pi or whatever, you may want to use a smaller… Continue Reading →

How to convert/split p12 certificates into single files

So, you got a brand new personal certificate via a authorized issuer and all you got is a single file which has a ending of .p12? You want to use this certificate in various software solutions, but these solutions want… Continue Reading →

Prevent / Block package updates under Ubuntu / Debian

Did you know that you can block package updates under Ubuntu and Debian? Let’s say you have a lot of packages installed on your Ubuntu / Debian system and (for whatever reason) you want that specific packages aren’t getting updated… Continue Reading →

My top 3 upcoming Switch exclusive games in 2018

I don’t know how you feel about the Nintendo Switch. For me the Nintendo Switch is a console which is unique and different. If you put all three big players on the table (XBox One, PS4 and the Nintendo Switch)… Continue Reading →

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