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  • Basic Networking Commands in Linux

    Today I will be doing a better overview of some basic networking commands in Linux.

    I recently created a short and sweet thread on twitter with these commands, so right now, I will be going over them a bit more with more detail and information.

  • How to disable touchscreen on Ubuntu? - blackMORE Ops

    Recently I installed Ubuntu 20.04 on my Dell Inspiron 5547 laptop. I have replaced the HDD on this laptop with a SSD, swapped WLAN card with a Killer WLAN card. With Linux running, it’s very fast and responsive. However, I needed to disable the touchscreen on Ubuntu permanently.

  • How to Add Distributed Firewall (DFW) Rules in in VMware NSX-T Datacenter - buildVirtual

    Distributed firewall rules are applied at the VM (vNIC) level and control East-West traffic within the SDDC. Traffic attempting to pass through the dfw is subject to the rules that have been defined. The firewall rules are grouped into policies, which in turn belong to a category.

  • Check The Timezone in Linux - Unixcop

    In this small guide, I will explain how to check timezone in Linux using 4 Easy Methods. System time is usually defined by timezone. Please aware that entire globe divided into multiple timezones which determines its local time.

    There are a number of time management utilities available on Linux such as date and timedatectl commands to get the current timezone of system and synchronize with a remote NTP server to enable an automatic system time handling.

  • Distraction free writing in Vim with Goyo | Hund

    I can’t believe that I’ve forgotten to write about one of my most used Neovim plugin ever. The plugin I’m talking about is called Goyo.

    It adds a distraction free mode that helps me focus on my writing by centering the content and hiding all other elements.