Author Archives: pbenavent

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 […]

Privacy matters, very much. 0

In Europe a new reglamentation has enforce the privacy guarantees for citizens. I’ve used the default privacy policy page for this blog that WordPress offers. And as soon as posible I’ll customized it in order to let it clear: I don’t collect any data because I’m very concern about privacy. Please, privacy matters, you must […]

What cloud solution to choose and why 0

There is no cloud. It’s just someone else’s computer. Chris Watterston The Cloud (PaaS, SaaS, IaaS, …, etc.) is a stablished as solution nowadays. According to where is the hardware, it’s told that there’re three types of cloud implementation: public: your solution it’s on provider datacenter private: your cloud it’s on your own datacenter(s) hybrid: […]

How to modify every day login in Linux 0

Every time you log into a *NIX machine you are wellcomed by a text banner that varies from one *NIX to other, even among Linux distributions. If you want to customized this message it’s fairly easy, you only have to edit (as a root) the file /etc/motd and the next login will show your new […]

How to ask for root password when using sudo 0

A minimal improvement to your security is asking for a password when you allow normal users to execute privileges command via sudo. Usually, they just type their own password and that allows they to gaing privileged status to execute what you have set in sudo files. You should consider change this behaviour and ask for […]