I decided to look back at my mysqldump script and thought it would be better to improve upon the whole process. Important notes: Mysqldump looks at a file that’s chmod 600 for credentials to do the backups and email for the failure of backups needs to be done.
I recently purchased a Wildcard SSL certificate because of Black Friday reasons and the cost wasn’t bad for a year >$28/year so I pulled the trigger because I wanted the experience and I was already using Let’s Encrypt which isn’t bad either. Let’s get to it! You will need to… Continue reading
Automation is now becoming more popular and given a standard in some places. The best place to start learning is by using Vagrant and Linode a Virtual Private Server(VPS) that will host our content. Our goal in this project will be to use Vagrant to provision an image of Ubuntu… Continue reading
It’s been almost 4 years since I’ve posted anything around here and during those 4 years I’ve learned a lot and it’s about time to start documenting them.
What some people don’t know how to do til it’s to late is how to boot the Playstation 3 into safe mode, they already bricked their Playstation 3 and start to panic and worry since the device is out of warranty. It seems that the the Playstation 3 firmware version… Continue reading
One of the things I don’t get to use alot is a Windows based Terminal. I remember the days when you Hyperterminal use to be apart of the Windows Operating System and you can access the console of Cisco equipment. Today I will be using Minicom to access Cisco Router…. Continue reading
A new refresh look of the website and also new content will be added to reflect more on the networking aspect and adding in Cisco related posts.
It has been awhile since I updated my site but I’ve started another new job and have been here 4 months and I love it here! One of the many things I get to work with is Trixbox a software PBX based off of Asterisk. I know my way around… Continue reading
I decide it was time to go with a simple HTPC(Home Theater Personal Computer) that ran Linux. So I decided the only thing that would work really nice with a good remote control was the Lenovo Ideacentre Q180 with XBMC setup. So far after setting up everything I can say… Continue reading
On June 6 2012 we celebrate IPv6 or IPv6 Day. For those of you unfamiliar IPv6 can handle 2^128 addresses compared to IPv4 which is 2^32, Google has setup a nice Overview of it located here. I guess I should be thinking about updating my Motorola Surfboard to at least… Continue reading