Category Archives: System Administration

TunnelBear

S.J. Res. 34 allows ISPs to sell customers’ browsing history to the highest bidder. A VPN is called for. Continue reading

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Cracker Hunting

In which various Linux command-line tools are used to lower the boom on some asocial script kiddies. Continue reading

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‘Git’ along, coder dogies!

When working on nontrivial coding projects, it’s often helpful to be able to keep track of changes made, version by version. When more than one developer is involved, it’s also helpful to be able to coordinate updates among them. Several … Continue reading

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A Confusion of COM Ports

COM29? OK, time to clean house. Here’s how to delete unused COM port assignments in Windows. Continue reading

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