Share Code from any Device Trinket lets you run and write code in any browser, on any device. Trinkets work instantly, with no need to log in, download plugins, or install software. Easily share or embed the code with your changes when you’re done.… Read More


CLOUDRON is a platform that makes it easy to run and maintain web apps on your server. Save $30 with this Referral Code: 61ea681e4f5547a5 https://www.cloudron.io/ cloudron.io This software automates your domains dns when creating sub domains. It automatically takes care of TLS and SSL certificates through Let’s encrypt’s https://letsencrypt.org API. It also connects to your… Read More


* This post uses the DD command which if used improperly WILL completely destroy your system.  If you are unsure about what you are doing do not even attempt anything below. The command below will overwrite any drive you tell it to, with no regard or warning. Make absolutely sure you know the drive letters… Read More


Sooo if you have been following this blog you may have heard of network virtualization.  Today I own it! Installing it! Documenting it! Thanks to my recent opportunity to work with some great people at a great company; our clients are demanding more and I am going to lab this and take you along the… Read More


I haven’t posted here in quite a while.  I have recently been brought onto an amazing opportunity to work with some great people at a new tech startup and we are working on some very interesting projects. Creating customized Linux solutions, that include openvswitch, network virtualization, service chaining and much more. It’s a challenging endeavor… Read More


Many times when building a website, you want to limit access to some content or folder or the whole website.  For instance you may have a “Downloads” section that you want to give access to selectively. Here is an easy way to make Apache web server ask for a username and password when someone tries to gain… Read More


A video of this process is also below. Scroll Down to find it. Turnkey Linux is a very convenient way to obtain a very large assortment of pre-made virtual appliances for many different virtualization platforms, including Openstack. However deploying the appliances to Openstack is a bit more involved then other platforms.  Here I will try to… Read More


CentOS 7 interface naming has changed from the previous version, now instead of the first interface being named eth0, the second named eth1 and so forth, we have eno1 or eno16777984 or some other scheme starting with eno, not a major deal unless your running a multi node application that depends on all the interfaces… Read More


To install Oracle Java 7: First add the PPA to apt with:   Now update:   Now we can actually install Oracle Java with the following command: Accept the Oracle License Agreement when prompted   Java is now installed.… Read More