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DLNA server with MiniDLNA under Linux / Raspberry Pi

DLNA is a great service. With a DLNA server you can distribute videos, music or pictures to almost every Smart TV and / or set top box like an Amazon Fire TV. With DLNA you don’t have to bother if… Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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 →

SSH as a proxy on Windows, Mac or Linux

You can do a lot of things with SSH besides working securely remote on machines. I’ve already covered at another article how to tunnel (port forwarding) through SSH. This time we’re looking at a way to use SSH as a… Continue Reading →

How to easily merge PDF documents under Linux

It’s a well known problem. You have two PDF documents and you want to merge both into one. For e.g. you want to bring your application and your personal data sheet together. This short an easy tutorial shows you how… Continue Reading →

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