Choosing the Best DNS Provider for You

Changing the DNS server your computer connects to can be beneficial in many different ways. It could increase web browsing speeds, make downloads go faster and can get rid of those pesky messages/ads your isp adds to your web pages. Most guides would tell you to just go with…

Choosing the Best Password Manager

I'm a big fan of password managers, over the years I've joined countless number of websites, forums and random services. Currently, dashlane is holding over 200+ different logins for me and I've been using it for less then a year.Why do you need a password manager?Simple, password reuse…

Installing Cinnamon on Fedora

I've got nothing against gnome 3, I think it looks pretty good to be honest, it's just Cinnamon looks better. Here are the very complicated steps to installing cinnamon, on basically any desktop environment. yum install cinnamonWhen it asks if you want to install it, type "y"Restart your computer…

Linux Commands Cheat Sheet

Probably my most used commands in Linux:Basicsls - list files in current directorycd - change directory, use ".." to go backwards, and if you start with a "/" then it's an absolute path, otherwise it's relativemv /home/file.php /home/public/file.php  - can also be used to rename…

Setting up an email forwarder on CentOS 6

Goal: Any mail that is directed to your domain, should be redirected to a new external email address, like @gmail or @outlook. We'll be doing this on CentOS 6.3Note: A better way to do this is to use the free services from domain registrars such as name.com or…

Choosing the Best SSH Clients

If you ever manage a website, sooner or later you will need to ssh into it. Yes, you can use terminal or putty, but why settle for something so basic and out of date? Xshell for Windowshttp://www.netsarang.com/products/xsh_overview.htmlPrice: Free for home useSupports saving…