WPS for Linux is a great software for processing Microsoft Office files, however after installing the latest RPM on Fedora 27 I failed to start WPP (presentation).
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I love to use terminal / console, figured that it is more efficient at most of the times, even when I was listening to music. Music On Console (MOC) is one of the programs that I use.
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Being able to proxy via SOCKS5 on browser sometimes wasn’t enough, one needs a system-wide proxy. The best and simplest solution is of course VPN, but VPN is not as fast compare to SOCKS proxy like ShadowSocks under Linux. What can we do? In this article, I am going to briefly introduce System-wide SOCKS5 proxy for all applications.
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Recently I came across a problem. My friend could not decrypt the channel message in IRC as the channel has a blowfish key exceeds 56 bytes of size. I don’t know about the mIRC implementation (fish10) but in weechat under Linux, I found a solution.
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When I was installing my zabbix server (version 2.2 branch) from RPM package, I encountered the following error when I was trying to enable the service.
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I have a business need. I need to send automatically generated email from a specific business address to my customers. Postfix does not help you to save it to “Sent” mailbox. Although I have mail logs telling me that emails have been sent to the correct email addresses but I really don’t know what is being sent.
Because I setup my own mail server, this is going to be really easy. There is no need to change my business code to BCC a secret address, which is not very nice.
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I have done some searching on the internet and found little about this specific topic, hence this post.
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Ranged port forwarding has its uses. I want to port forward port number 1025 to 50000 from Machine A to Machine B’s 1025 to 50000. Here is how I did it with iptables.
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One of my servers back in China has a really sloooow connection to some of the famous DNS servers, like Google’s or OpenDNS. I happen to come across a performance issue related to DNS issue when I was logging into that server.
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