Monthly Archive: December 2017

Dec 22 2017

A Bash script to rewrite the "static" IP address in the FreePBX Asterisk SIP Settings when it is changed by your ISP

[important]This is a revision of the post, A Perl script to rewrite the "static" IP address in the FreePBX Asterisk SIP Settings when it is changed by your ISP, but modified to use a Bash script. Much of the explanatory text is directly copied, or in some cases heavily modified, from the earlier article, which …

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Dec 21 2017

Google Chrome Asks Password to Unlock Login Keyring

For Ubuntu users who get problem that Google chrome asks for password to unlock the login keyring on every startup, as the picture shown below, a workaround is to set the default password store from gnome (or kwallet) keyring to chrome’s built-in. Source: Google Chrome Asks Password to Unlock Login Keyring – Tips on Ubuntu

Dec 18 2017

How to Create a .Desktop File For Your Application in Linux

Some applications don’t show up in your Application menu. This article shows you how to create a .desktop file in Linux so you can launch your favorite apps from the Application menu. Source: How to Create a .Desktop File For Your Application in Linux – Make Tech Easier

Dec 17 2017

Rsync Over Ssh On Different Port In Linux

Rsync and SSH tools on different Linux port to copy local as well as remote files. Backup important data to secure place with Rsync and SSH in Linux. Source: Rsync Over Ssh On Different Port In Linux (LinOxide)

Dec 16 2017

How to Block Adblock Detection on Any Website

Advertisers are taking steps to bypass adblockers on browsers. If you are an adblock user, here is how you can block adblock detection on websites. Source: How to Block Adblock Detection on Any Website – Make Tech Easier

Dec 10 2017

12 Different Options of Rsync Command in Linux With Examples

This article shows different practical usage of rsync command and its options in linux with detailed examples Source: 12 Different Options of Rsync Command in Linux With Examples (LinOxide)

Dec 09 2017

How to Downgrade Packages on Ubuntu (and possibly other Debian-based distributions?)

This is an older article but I believe the information is still valid. The technique shown may also work on other Debian-based distributions, such as Linux Mint and the various Ubuntu derivatives. Ubuntu’s Update Manager keeps your packages at the latest version, but occasionally a new package version may not work properly. You can downgrade …

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Dec 02 2017

What Is SED and How Do You Use It?

Sed is a powerful command akin to the find and replace feature in most text editors. Find out what sed is and how you can use it to improve your efficiency. Source: What Is SED and How Do You Use It? – Make Tech Easier

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