Overview SHA1 is bad and it’s going away. Apt has rolled out changes that remove encryption keys that use SHA1, and guess what. Google Chrome on Linux/Chrome uses SHA1 for their package encryption. The irony is killing me. Have you ever spent the day trying to resolve SSL certificate issues on the Google Chrome browser. […]
I found myself installing the same packages on almost all my servers. So I wanted to create a purest list of packages that I could install when ever I provisioned a new server. A list that would add to much bulk to the server image but enough tools that over time I’d be productive.
Fix “No matching security types” VNC error on Ubuntu in 60 seconds! You’ve been googling now for a while out of frustration that you can’t connect using TightVNC Viewer on Windows to connect to your freshly installed Ubuntu 14.04 desktop. Vino VNC server used to work out of the box but the new version of […]
Oh-My-Zsh is an open source, community-driven framework for managing your ZSH configuration. It comes bundled with a ton of helpful functions, helpers, plugins, and themes. The benefit of this shell are the highly customizable themes. The themes can offer you easy to read details that are related to the current context of what you’re doing.
Autojump is a self-learning directory changer for navigating your filesystem. It works by maintaining a database of the directories you use the most from the command line. As soon as it’s installed it’ll start saving you time. Making easy to switch to the directories that are most important to you.