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Read Manga on Amazon Kindle and other eReaders

Do you like Manga? Do you also like to use eBook readers for reading text based books? Well, today you can combine these two things. With the help of the right tools you can bring your Manga on Amazon Kindle… Continue Reading →

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Dump / save a PostgreSQL output

PostgreSQL is one of the most used open source database solutions besides MariaDB / MySQL. Even though they have some similarities, PostgreSQL is based on a object-relational database management system while MariaDB and MySQL are relational database management systems. Advertisements… Continue Reading →

How to setup a 7 Days to Die server under Linux

Setting up a 7 Days to Die server under Linux isn’t as difficulty as you may think. The Steam developer Valve is providing a tool which makes it easier, even for people who aren’t that familiar with the Linux command… Continue Reading →

Support me: Buy me a beer … or send me some Bitcoins

Please don’t get confused by this headline. This article is not about begging for donations in order to keep up with the writing I’m doing. I like love to write. And at the end of the day if someone sends… Continue Reading →

Monit: An easy to use monitoring solution for Linux

Besides Nagios, Icinga and check_mk there are some other, more slimmer tools to monitor servers. Especially if you are a private person and you want to monitor your vServer, Raspberry Pi or whatever, you may want to use a smaller… Continue Reading →

How to convert/split p12 certificates into single files

So, you got a brand new personal certificate via a authorized issuer and all you got is a single file which has a ending of .p12? You want to use this certificate in various software solutions, but these solutions want… Continue Reading →

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