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
Today I noticed weirdly high disk space usage on my / partition. I have to admit that I don’t monitor those things so often on my home PC since I have plenty of free space but this came really weird to me since classic Linux install regularly takes around 3
If you want to hide which nginx version are you using from HTTP headers you can use following directive in some of your nginx configuration files: server_tokens off;
Well, like the title says, this is my setup update for February 2016. Planing to get 2 more Dell P2414H displays in the near future and get rid of this Samsung one.
Protecting your ownCloud instance from bots pawning on its login form is certainly a good idea and fail2ban can help you with that. This post will guide you through how to install fail2ban on CentOS 7 box, configure ownCloud filter and start using it.
So, today I finally made some time to upgrade my OwnCloud instance. It’s been bugging me for an update for quite some time now but I just haven’t had time to do it. Besides the lack of time I have had some issues with (by now ex) VPS provider regarding
I have been using LastPass as my password manager for quite some time and I was very happy with it. In the matter of fact I was so happy with it that I recommended it to anybody and everybody, even if they didn’t asked me about it. So what changed
If you use Fedora and have Gnome Tweak tool installed you probably noticed that there are few default extensions which you probably don’t need or want to use. Since some of them are installed as packages from system repository “Remove” option beside them is grayed out and that’s what grinds