For any non-technical readers out there, this is probably a post to skip. Anyone that’s been around Linux for a long time knows that system messages and logs are usually stored in /var/log/messages. Apparently a few versions of Fedora ago,… Continue Reading →
If you successfully installed Fedora 19 and navigated the installer, congratulations, a new challenge awaits you in the form of configuring your printer. Using the default tools in Fedora 19 I configured my Brother HL 5070 DN laser printer. It’s… Continue Reading →
One factor determining your Google page rank is site speed. The speed of your site can be impacted depending on how you integrate buttons Facebook, Google+, and Twitter. I’ve been running a really helpful speed profiling tool (free) at Pingdom.com (on… Continue Reading →
If your hosting provider runs Plesk, Sucuri has an important article on it. I don’t know anything about Plesk, but plain text passwords would be my first reason not to use it.
Shared hosting can be great economically, particularly a provider that allows hosting of unlimited domains. I used to think one of the beauties of shared hosting was also that you could have a bizillion sub-domains and WordPress instances for free…. Continue Reading →
If you’re installing the OpenShift Origin LiveCD to a local hard disk, you must have NetworkManager running before starting the install process. Before you start the install-to-disk routine, make sure you start NetworkManager. $ su -c ‘NetworkManager’ The other day… Continue Reading →
If you want to run the Windows 8 Beta on RHEL 6 you need the `virtio-win` package installed. You can get it by subscribing to the “Supplementary” RHN channel. Silly me. I thought I could just download the Windows 8… Continue Reading →