GNU Parallel is a powerful Linux parallelization tool for local and remote jobs. Its unique command syntax and complex requirements makes it difficult to use.
Here’s how to make Windows File Explorer open arbitrary files types in apps installed from the Microsoft Store. Includes common troubleshooting steps.
Who knew an enchanted letter vortex could cause you trouble falling asleep? How a mobile game engraved a repeating pattern into my brain.
Receive browser notifications at the beginning of Meltdown Alert events on your server in PlanetSide 2! Join the fight on Auraxis!
The Jellyfin media server can enrich your media collection with metadata from online sources. The price may be free, but the cost is metadata for metadata.
Why I uninstalled Plex Media Server after over a decade and migrated my movie and TV show collection to Jellyfin instead of Emby.
An investigation and comparison into how KeePass-compatible password manager apps for Android handle external changes to an unlocked password vault database.
Forcing the user to choosing a username is a terrible user experience. No one wants to use an online service that forces a name you don’t like.
Source code minification is beneficial, but the resulting obfuscation reduces trust and transparency. Source maps can help restore these and let people learn.
Windows 10 has a built-in program called Internet Browser (not to be confused with Internet Explorer) that helps you open link files in your preferred web browser.
How to restrict Linux services’ network traffic with per-service systemd firewall rules. Enhance security by only allowing required network access.
MikroTik’s DHCP lease scripts don’t execute on DHCP renewals, causing issues with DNS registrations when devices suspend and rejoin the network later.