Since OS X is a Unix system, and if you are familiar with Linux you already know the command for tracing a IP (or web address). The terminal way of doing this, is just to open terminal and type traceroute Read more…


If you get the following error when using the Mac Terminal connected to a Linux server: setlocale: No such file or directory, you will need to change your settings to get rid of it. Click Terminal -> Preferences Click Advanced Read more…


Sometimes this just needs to be done. And here is a show how to uninstall Internet Explorer 11. How to: ——- 1) Go to control panel > Programs > Programs and features. 2) Go to Windows Features and disable Internet Read more…


I prefer using a gui when controlling my virtual machines. Learning how to control them in the most basic way from the command line or terminal is easy. It is very self explanatory once you know about the virsh command. Read more…


When copying very large files it is sometimes frustrating not having a progress bar. Have the process crashed? or etc… I´ve tried rsync and various other options, but the most efficient way I found is to use Midnight Commander (mc). Read more…


I´m a noob when it comes to Macs, and still needs to do screen shots from time to time. Here is a few ways on how to do screen shots. To take a screen shot of the entire screen and Read more…


This is useful for me when editing my ip ban script. I use the same text file to ban ip´s and sometimes that file is pretty big. A simple method to clear the content of the file without touching the Read more…


If you have gone through your logs, you will most likely find a lot of login attempts on ssh port. And probably some on the apache service. If you identify these ip’s, here is how to block them from entering Read more…


Here is how to save your iptables config and make it stick even after a reboot. There is two ways of doing this (at least). We will use the latest method that will require you to install iptables-persistent. apt-get install Read more…