If you want to send all your system's traffic through a proxy, that's great! But there are a few IP addresses and TLDs you probably don't want to direct to the proxy.
Today we'll look at how to install and set up LXC to easily get started running Linux containers on Linux! That's a mouthful!
You'll learn how to use an NFS share as Docker volume
I was a bit annoyed that, looking at the official documentation there was no mention of a default username and password for the web interface for this camera. It seems that Ubiquiti expects you to use one of their NVRs or other form of controller machine, which will "adopt" the [...]
Minecraft came out a bit over a decade ago, as a game written in Java that runs on Windows, Mac and Linux but only x86! That's because, while the game is written in Java, it depends on native libraries that are x86 (although I think now they're AMD64 so you [...]
In a recent blog post I had to recover a deleted file from a public git repository to share with you. Today I will show you how it's done. In this particular case, I needed a file with old UDEV rules. I knew the name and location of the file [...]
Today I will show you a free plugin that will boost your WordPress page speed, and also show you how to set it up! Autoptimize to optimize WordPress page speed In your WordPress Dashboard left panel click on Plugins and then at the top "Add New" and search for Autoptimize [...]
An SPF record is basically a DNS record of the TXT type, which contains information about who may send email from your domain. It is used to avoid spoofing and spam. So how does it work? Basically, when a (decent) email server receives an email that is supposedly originating from [...]
Update 2020-November-12 I used to suggest using the image openjdk:8-alpine but it wasn't updated in a year, so I now suggest using openjdk:8-jre which seems to be actively maintained! I also added "nogui" at the end of the command as Spigot does now accept and understand it. Like the previous [...]
Update 2020-November-12 I used to suggest using the image openjdk:8-alpine but it wasn’t updated in a year, so I now suggest using openjdk:8-jre which seems to be actively maintained! Moving your existing server to Docker! This guide assumes you already have a Minecraft server set up on your host machine. [...]