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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 […]

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Fixing the “Add New Plugins” Button Not Showing (WordPress)

So I’ve came across an issue when working on a WordPress website where the “Add New Plugins” button wouldn’t show. I also couldn’t add any themes or update WordPress. After much digging, I found out that there are two lines which need to be set to false in order for the website to behave. Such […]

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PowerToys – Improve Your Windows 10 Experience

PowerToys is a free and open-source application developed by Microsoft which is designed to bring a set of utilities for power users who want to improve their productivity and benefit from additional features. Whether you are a home-user, a developer or want to deploy certain features for an enterprise, this suite of useful utilities will […]

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Login to your server with SSH keys!

Using SSH keys to login to servers and computers is a great way to add a layer of security as well as remove the hassle of typing your password. In this article I will show you how you can create your unique and password-proteced SSH key so you can login to your server without ever […]

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JNCIA-Junos – My experience with getting certified!

After weeks of studying for the Juniper JNCIA-Junos exam and getting familiar with the OS, I got my first network certification! What was the exam like? I studied using the Juniper Genius online lessons and I would recommend them as they are very detailed and easy to understand. One thing I should have done was […]

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Fixing The Nextcloud Quota Configuration Error

So I run an instance of Nextcloud on my VPS and it’s been very reliable until today where I ran into error 500. This tells me there is a configuration error on the server so I went digging. Looking at the logs, there appears to be not enough space on the system according to the […]

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Integrating Standard Notes into Linux

Standard Notes is a simple and private note taking app that is both cross-platform and fully open source. I made the plunge to try out Standard Notes Extended and so far I’m loving it! In this article I will show you how you can integrate the Standard Notes Linux AppImage so that you can launch […]