Ivan Tomica

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Owncloud client on Fedora 25

If you were fast on a trigger and upgraded to Fedora 25 as soon as it was available and you use Owncloud client for your syncing needs you may found yourself that Owncloud client doesn’t start. You may have also noticed an that it causes an error while trying to

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SSH agent service in Fedora

It is wise to protect your private SSH keys with a strong password so in case somebody manages to get your private key somehow he will still need password for it to be able to use it and that should hopefully give you enough time to change your keys. When

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Self hosted email

There are many reasons why would somebody want to host their own email server. There are many advantages for doing this but there are also many drawbacks. Setting up your own mail server can certainly be a great learning experience filled with discoveries about different set of technologies, protocols and

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Install Peek on Fedora

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

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Install rainbowstream on Fedora

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

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Enable mod_status in Apache 2.4

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

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