Stupid ssh tricks

I use ssh everyday and it’s my main tool to connect and manage servers, so I’m always interested in articles about ssh. Today I present an interesting article on this subject, written by Corey Quinn and posted on the sysadvent blog Every year or two, I like to look back over my client’s SSH configuration file […]

How to Download Youtube Video or Audio Tracks from the Linux Terminal

In the past I’ve published some articles regarding how to download music from youtube with the program YouTube to MP3, or videos with the programs xVideoServiceThief and flareget, they all accomplish the work with graphical interfaces, and this can be a great plus for many users, but others could prefer a simple command line program […]

How to install Citadel collaboration suite on Debian 7

I was searching for lightweight collaboration suite (messaging and groupware) to manage some small websites and while searching around I found Citadel. Citadel is a complete and feature-rich open source groupware platform. Email, calendaring/scheduling, address books Bulletin boards, mailing list server, instant messaging Multiple domain support An intuitive, attractive AJAX-style web interface The Citadel system […]

Introduction to Vagrant – Part 1

If you work in IT it’s pretty normal in these days to have a computer with at least 4GB of RAM and if you have bought it in the last year probably it has 8GB, this is fantastic to run modern applications that usually require much more RAM than in the past, but this make […]

Screencloud – Easily Capture and share your Linux desktop

Screencloud is an app that allows you to capture screen under Linux , Mac or Windows and automatically upload the screenshot to an FTP/SFTP server of your choice or a provider in the cloud such as Dropbox, Ubuntu One, Imgur or a cloud service proposed by Screencloud themselves. Once the file is sent, your clipboard […]