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How to enable HSTS (HTTP/2) on any site (Quick Tip)

Keeping this one short, if you are running a website on an Apache, Nginx or LiteSpeed webserver, you want to paste the following line of code to the top of your .htaccess file. Once you have done that, clear your browser cache and by using a HTTP/2 tester, you should see that your website is […]

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How to fix high CPU usage with GNS3 (Cisco Routers)

Hey folks, just a quick tip that may help you with GNS3 CPU issues. I’ve recently been doing a networking subject for uni and started to use GNS3 to simulate Cisco 7200 routers. We’ve been using different topologies (OSPF, BGP) with basic static routing however, upon simulating the network, I came across a huge problem […]

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Getting the Logitech G920 working on macOS 12

So I recently acquired a Logitech G920 which I wanted to use with Euro Truck Simulator 2 (ETS2) and also some other racing titles however, as some of you may know, gaming on macOS and Linux is quite limited. That being said, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a bit of fun on your productivity […]

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How to migrate a WordPress site manually

When it comes to moving sites from one host to another, it often can be tedious and doesn’t work out to plan. This guide will guide you with screenshots on how you can move a fully functional WordPress site from one host to another. Since we are moving WordPress, we can assume that both the […]

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Customizing PowerShell with oh-my-posh

If you’re a long time Linux user or perhaps you’re someone who likes to customise things and uses Windows, then this is the article for you. I’ve had to switch to Windows (yes, you heard that right), and it’s been so far alright. I’ve had a number of problems with Linux (mainly due to hardware […]

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Running MATLAB on iPadOS

So iSwitched to iPadOS for most of my productivity work and I must say, it’s quite breathtaking. Ok, well it isn’t that insane but paired with a keyboard+trackpad and the legendary Apple Pencil, you have yourself a productivity beast. I’m planning to put out more articles in regards to productivity and just getting work done […]

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Installing MATLAB on Fedora 34

If you’re like me and you need to use MATLAB and you run Fedora, you would have likely ran into some issues with launching MATLAB. For instance, when you go to run file with ./install , you will get this error: It took me quite a long time to find a swift and easy solution […]

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Installing WiFi Driver For Realtek 802.11ac on Linux (0bda:c811)

So you just purchased one of those 802.11ac USB WiFi cards but it’s not working on Linux. Not to worry, I’ve compiled a list of steps to get it working on your Fedora or Debian based distribution. If you’re on Arch Linux or a derivative, the steps will be similar but you’ll have to use […]

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Fixing Flatpak GTK Theme Integration Issues

So I’ve been playing around with some GTK themes recently, one that took my attention was “WhiteSur” which is a theme inspired by Apple’s “Big Sur” design style. Anyhow, one thing I came across was that you need to tell Flatpak where to look for themes. By default, your options are to install the Flatpak […]

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CWSA-1 & CWA- My Experience With Getting cPanel & WHM Certified!

Hey folks, it’s been a while since I wrote up something so I thought I’d share what I’ve been working on over the past few months. Ever since I started my journey in technical support, I have been learning a lot! A few things I spent a lot of time on were cPanel, WHM, and […]