Quick notes: As F22 around in corner, I have upgraded today from F21, using official fedup of course. Easy! fedup –network 22 Upgrade process went smooth and rebooted, chose ‘Twenty Two’ kernel and booted. But my laptop Dell VOSTRO 3550 greeted with BLACK screen instead of Gnome login, duh! A … Continue reading
Here is my first text-screencast live demo using DenyHosts to block off multiple failed or offensive SSH login attempts to my home server. I used Istanbul screen capture tool on Fedora desktop. Back to the topic, quote from wiki: DenyHosts is a log-based intrusion prevention security tool for SSH servers … Continue reading
I’ve made a short note about it before. Here is similar but a slight different approach and detail. If you have gnome-tweak-tool and have done tweaking font setting, it should probably look like this.
[username@localhost ~]$ xrdb -query
Then install freetype-freeworld from rpmfusion.org repo.
# yum install freetype-freeworld
Then do this to actually enables the subpixel … Continue reading
After installing Fedora 19 on my laptop, I found a few things look strange and rather new. Yeah, I was still in trusty Centy (RHEL) 4-5-6 era. Well, as far as work concern, right? As for laptop and home use, I could opt to some other distro like Mint. But … Continue reading
Sending mail from command line or shell program. It is simple but tend to forget time to time. So here is a quick note, an excerpt from “How to send email from the Linux command line” article. mail -s “Hello world” firstname.lastname@example.org ENTER then type message body then CTRL+D. Otherwise, … Continue reading