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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 →

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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 →

ownCloud/nextCloud collaboration with EtherPad and EtherCalc

Besides Collabora Office there is an easy but reliable way to enable collaboration editing of text and spreadsheet files in ownCloud or nextCloud (just like in proprietary solutions like Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive). This article describes how to install… Continue Reading →

[Review] Vortex.gg: An affordable game streaming service

A lot of gamers are getting goose bumps when they hear the term game streaming service. One of them may say that the latency is unacceptable, others say that an needed internet connection to play games is a show stopper…. Continue Reading →

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