Category Archives: Linux Mint


linux mint map network drive

Linux Mint map network drive is a must if you are into Linux and home servers. Connect to network drive from Linux can be a bit more challenging compared to Windows, but a lot more stable. The only thing you Read more…


F10 in Midnight Commander

Because of the default settings in several Linux Distros you will not be able to use F10 to exit Midnight Commander. However the solutions is simple. I use Linux Mint Debian Edition for most of my Linux Desktop usage. And Read more…


chrome for linux mint 18

Chrome for Linux Mint 18 installed from scratch. There are two ways you can install Chrome for Linux Mint 18. One way is to do it the traditional way of downloading an installer file and run it. The other way Read more…


linux mint default password

linux mint default password Since you are looking for Linux Mint default password I assume you are using the Ubuntu version of Linux Mint. And you are trying to access the root user. Normally you can do everything from your Read more…


Disable directory browsing If you have directory browsing enabled, which it is by default, your users can browse the directories on your web server. This is not particularly good regarding security. So we better disable directory browsing to be on Read more…


Apt-get remove is not always enough to remove a package completely. If you try to remove in example the mysql-server package with just apt-get remove, the settings and lot of dependencies will still be left. We will need to purge Read more…


USB drives is a good way of extracting large amounts of data from your servers quickly. And of course a lot of other things. There are a few things to notice. The file system of your hard drive. If it Read more…


Always handy with a web based database tool. Here is how to install and access PhpPgAdmin on a Debian variant. First to install the package. apt-get install phppgadmin Now your web panel is installed. Then you need to access it. Read more…


PostgreSQL, another popular sql database server. Here is how to install one in Debian (and Debian variants). However during the Debian installation if you select Database Server, PostgreSQL will be installed by default. If you didn’t select any database servers, 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…