Peek is an animated GIF recorder. It basically allows you to record part of your desktop and export it to GIF which is very useful when you need to graphically show something short. This guide will focus on how to install it on your Fedora box. Since there is no
I used to use AwesomeWM back when I was still running an Arch Linux. After switching to Fedora I decided to stay with Gnome to try it out. With time I got used to it again, and in matter of fact I found myself liking it a lot. Yesterday I
Rainbowstream is simple command line based Twitter client. If you prefer reading your twitter stream in browser, client like tweetdeck and similar, go ahead, I won’t stop you from doing that. But if you, like me, want to experiment with command line twitter client then this guide will help you
Thing that I miss with Apache on CentOS 7, and in the matter of fact, every SystemD based distribution is running service httpd status and immediately seeing full Apache status along with number of active connections, server uptime etc. This article will focus on how to enable mod_status in Apache
I just conveniently placed referral links for DigitalOcean and Vultr cloud VPS providers in the sidebar of my website and would appreciate if you used those links to sign up for their service if you planned to buy VPS from one of those two. Thank you!
Here’s an article on how to change your current Apache MPM on CentOS 7 machine. Apache version I’m using is Apache 2.4. To check which MPM is currently in use you can run: httpd -V which should print something like: … Architecture: 64-bit Server MPM: prefork threaded: yes (fixed thread
Great article by Jos Poortvliet of NextCloud on how to upgrade to NextCloud 9. I upgraded from ownCloud 8.2 and it worked flawlessly.
During the start-up of my Fedora powered laptop I noticed in the boot messages list that some service has failed to start. Looking more closely I noticed that docker-storage-setup.service was failing, now, let’s go down the rabbit hole. First thing i checked were logs, of course, and journalctl -u docker-storage-setup
Have you ever messed around with GNOME shortcuts and ended up with all of the shortcuts turned upside down? No? Well I have. To reset all shortcuts to it’s default state you can use: gsettings reset-recursively org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings or if you wish to reset just one shortcut you can use: gsettings
Since I try to use vi/vim editor for almost everything related to editing text and I use it for writing emails too. I use mutt with vim as my text editor but I also have it set up in a way that it wraps text on 80th column: set editor=’vim