Category Archives: linux

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 […]

Why am i going to “play” with a Rasperry Pi? (Update 31/03/2018) 0

Why am i going to “play” with a Rasperry Pi? Short answer; for educational purposes. No the little bit more explained why I decide to sset up a Rasperry Pi, but also going to the point: I’m very bad with hardware, so it’s a little bit challenging for me a very good friend gift me […]

FSF High Priority Projects List 0

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has announced a major update to its High Priority Free Software Projects (HPP) list. I only quote this nowdays because I consider a really important focus on privacy the mobile ecosistem. The first item in the list is a Free phone operating system. There’re plenty of companies collecting information about […]

The Best Linux Distros for 2016 0

Linux.com has publish its list “The best linux distros for 2016” with a surprise for me. They point SuSE as the best enterprise server distribution, if I have to bet five cents for a distro I would have choose Red Hat, for sure. Even they remarks few items that makes though Red Hat it’s my […]

Dnf update problems and how to solve them 0

One of my workstations runs Fedora for a quite long. I’ve been following practices from my previous technical job and take easy to upgrade the distro or to switch the “lates-what-ever-technology” you would imagine. I’ve finally adopt dnf command instead of yum to manage the command lines. It has being going well but suddenly I’ve […]