You might want to have your own /etc/resolv.conf but it keeps getting overwritten or lost. I have the solution! On systems like Ubuntu 18.04, by default the file /etc/resolv.conf is controlled by systemd-resolved. Usually it fetches the DNS servers and… Read More »[ULTIMATE GUIDE] customize /etc/resolv.conf with persistence
It’s handy to know, so here they are: To restore Pi-hole to the default blocking lists, just delete all the lists but these six five lists. Note: There used to be a sixth list, which is now dead so you… Read More »What are the default Pi-hole block lists?
While VPN’s are great for virtual private networks (hence the name), it is often overkill if you just want to bypass a firewall or get an encrypted tunnel to protect yourself from snooping (e.g. on public Wi-Fi). More often than… Read More »Using an SSH tunnel to bypass firewalls and protecting yourself from snooping
Like the previous post, but better! So, if you read my previous post you should now know how to run a Minecraft server (vanilla) inside of Docker. The same thing is possible with SpigotMC but requires a slightly different command.… Read More »Minecraft (SpigotMC) Server in Docker
On Nextcloud, or any cloud with WebDAV! Threema has a so called “Safe”, which will store an encrypted backup of your private key, your identity (profile picture and name), and your contacts plus their verification status. It will however not… Read More »Self-Hosting Threema Safe
Check out this official Microsoft site to get a free Windows virtual machine (VM)! Microsoft provides free windows virtual machines for developers to use, to develop for IE and Edge. And just to develop in general. Currently, you can choose… Read More »Just need a quick FREE Windows Virtual Machine?
I’ll show you a way around this!(Don’t forget to read the notes on security below!) Start a new WSL session as you usually would. Type sudo EDITOR=nano visudo and hit enter Use your arrow keys to scroll to the end… Read More »Tired of needing a password for sudo in WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux)?
Uh oh… I don’t like this! Remember how I said Matomo is great? Well it is, and I still recommend it! And I loved how Matomo respects the Do-Not-Track header from your browser… but what I don’t like is its… Read More »Quick update on Matomo and Do-Not-Track