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#Recommend# HostUS – Stable KVM & OPENVZ VPS from $16/Year

About HostUS HostUS was founded in 2012 as a Limited Liability Company operating out of Delaware, United States. HostUS offers a diverse selection of web hosting services ranging from low cost Shared cPanel hosting to OpenVZ VPSes to large dedicated servers. HostUS strives to provide quality web hosting services at affordable rates. With nine worldwide […]

#Recommend# Bandwagon Host  Stable KVM VPS plans in LA – China Direct Route from $18.8/Year

  Bandwagon Host launched in September 2012,  which is a company attached to the IT7 Networks Inc (Founded in 2004) Bandwagon Host‘s plans are always highly cost-effective, and their servers are stable. Due to the large amounts of customers from China, they launch the China Direct Route in October 2016 and the KVM plans in March […]

Book Review: FreeBSD Mastery – ZFS

Book Review: FreeBSD Mastery – ZFS

Once again a great FreeBSD book to read. I was anxious to read this after reading FreeBSD Mastery- Storage Essentials 2014. I read where he was writing a ZFS book, but didn’t know it was out until I was asked to review it. I loved the introduction, being into hardware and history, it was such […]

How to order a MacBook Pro with Touch ID and 32 GB of RAM

Problem? Here is how you can order a MacBook Pro 2016 edition with 32 GB RAM 😉 You may like these articles: List All Installed Packages with apt on Ubuntu How to Set Up a Firewall with iptables on Ubuntu and CentOS How to set up a mail server with PostfixAdmin on CentOS 7 Set […]

ttyload: Color-coded graphical tracking tool for UNIX/Linux load average in a terminal

Ttyload an impressive color-coded graphical tracking of UNIX load average in a terminal. It work easily on most POSIX/Unix based systems including: – Linux – IRIX – Solaris – FreeBSD – MacOS X (Darwin) – Isilon OneFS Installation You can install ttyload as per your Linux distor. Install ttyload on Debian/Ubuntu Linux Type the following […]

How to change default shell in Linux

Want to change the default shell in Linux/Unix/MacOS? Try: chsh -s /path/to/shell user For example, set the shell to /usr/local/bin/zsh for user tom, enter: which zsh chsh -s /usr/local/bin/zsh tom For more information see Howto: Changing Linux Login Shell You may like these articles: In depth understanding of PHP Opcode cache principle How to Create […]

Collecting Ubuntu Linux System Information

For new computer or Laptop or server, I need to collect the information about its hardware. This is also useful when you need to replace a disk or memory with a vendor. In order to replace hardware you need all information in advance. In this post, I’m going to list commands that you can use […]

Unixstickers Review: Add Beautiful Linux/FreeBSD Stickers To Your Laptop

The Linux-powered device is beautiful on its own but with billions of Linux-powered devices out there it is not particularly unique. You can add stickers to your Linux powered desktop, router, and Laptop to stand out from the crowd with stickers and more. In this post I will be quickly reviewing Unixstickers.com, they claim to […]

OpenSnitch: The Little Snitch application like firewall tool for Linux

Little Snitch is a traditional software firewall for macOS. You can use it to monitor applications, preventing or permitting them to connect to attached networks through advanced rules. OpenSnitch is a GNU/Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall written in Python. The software is still in early stage of development, and alpha quality software, […]

7 Awesome Open Source Cloud Storage Software For Your Privacy and Security

Cloud storage is nothing but an enterprise-level cloud data storage model to store the digital data in logical pools, across the multiple servers. You can use a hosting company such as Amazon, Google, Rackspace, Dropbox and others for keeping your data available and accessible 24×7. You can access data stored on cloud storage via API […]