Monthly Archives: June 2018

Command line in browsers for private modes 0

Not as usual as a double click on a icon, but useful too, you may type a command line for start a browser. Some brosers have a richfull command line options. If you want to start browsers in a private / incognito mode type: for Firefox: firefox -incognito (for more information check this article from […]

How to tell to fail2ban what init system are you running 0

I owed myself a fail2ban installation on the Raspberry Pi. A simple view of this log tell you many things: Jun 17 07:54:15 raspberrypi systemd[1]: Starting Fail2Ban Service… Jun 17 07:54:28 raspberrypi fail2ban-client[11687]: ERROR No file(s) found for glob /var/log/proftpd/proftpd.log Jun 17 07:54:28 raspberrypi fail2ban-client[11687]: ERROR Failed during configuration: Have not found any log file […]

How good it’s philosophy for being a developer? 0

It’s quite encouraging listening what Chris Lee says about mature people that starts to learn to programming. He says that lawers, philosophy degrees and musicians are logical and detail oriented professionals. Those attributes help them to learn to code and otherwise are skills the newies needs to develop. You may listen the podcast (go to […]

Theme change in WordPress 0

I’ve been loyal to Sator-ii theme by Felipe Lavín for a very long time. I don’t get very well re-sharping the theme with menus, now, natively supported in WordPress. Maybe it’s my fault. So I look around for a theme with three main requirements: menu support, as similar to Sator-ii as posible (clean an easy […]

How do you indetify an USB and get it mounted in your Linux? 0

I’m using a RaspberryPi to enforce myself to keep learning. I’ve added an old 8Gb USB stick to the RaspberryPi. The Raspberry runs a very minimal Raspbian Strech Lite without assistants, or graphical interface, not even with the automunt command. So, how do you identify the USB stick plugged and get it mounted or your […]