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Auto shutdown QNAP storage device with the help of an APC power supply

February 5, 2015

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If you’re using a NAS (known as Network attached storage), the question you’ll always have is; how am I suppose to protect the DATA’s on it?? connecting the NAS to a UPS would reduce risks of losing DATA’s?? Well, I would say yes assuming your NAS and the UPS has a mutual understanding (or I call […]

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How to get “WhatsApp Web” option on your mobile device [Android]

February 2, 2015

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TRY THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK. I’M NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DATA LOSS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES CAUSED BY. This is a short note to myself on what I did & how I succeeded. And this worked specially for Android but for other platforms, try your luck! WhatsApp, an instant messaging (IM in short) cross-platform application built for […]

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Beginning of a New Era – After Optical Disk Drives (ODDs)

January 7, 2015

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Optical Disk Drives or ODD’s are simple devices which were designed to read/write CDs (Compact Disc), DVDs (Digital Versatile Disc) and Blue-Ray discs. They use a laser head to read and write the data onto the discs. ODD’s come in every laptop on the market today (except in some models) and almost every desktop computer has […]

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Restoring Viber messages from one PC to another

December 18, 2014

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Been a while since I logged into my blog. I must say that being in IT and involving in projects keeps me away from the internet. I find it very difficult to spend some quality time writing articles of the troubles that I face in my day-to-day IT activities. Having that said, let me come […]

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pfSense – configuring Windows Active directory authentication

March 3, 2014

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pfSense, one of the most powerful open-source firewall router (software based) which is completely based on FreeBSD OS family. Now you may assume, that you will need to know about terminal commands to control and manage this. Well, part of it is true as you will need to know about commands for any advancing purpose […]

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MySQL – Resolving error 1153 when exporting database

March 1, 2014

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When it comes to importing & exporting MySQL database using command-line, we use to think that it’s pretty hard to do. Reason is because of GUI (graphical user interface), where most of us use to interact all the time but not the command line. I’d say it is slightly complicated to remember the commands and […]

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How to Setup WebDAV Based File Server Using Apache2 on Ubuntu 12.04

December 26, 2013

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​Hi fellas, after a while going to write about setting up a WebDAV based file sharing system. What’s WebDAV? Well, to make it simple it’s a protocol for read write access to the file system works in conjunction with http ​web services. Somewhat similar to ftp access. One advantage using this setup is you can […]

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Find Your Android using Android device manager

October 25, 2013

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Lost your Android device? Couldn’t find it? Do not worry Google will locate your device for you. This was initially introduced by Apple by there Find My iPhone, Although it is a late catch up Google it works really well. You can remotely ring your Android device and you can also wipe all the date in your […]

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Installing & setting-up ZPanel on Ubuntu distribution

October 21, 2013

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ZPanel is a free web hosting manager similar to cPanel. This amazing host manager is a will work effortlessly with Microsoft, UNIX/LINUX or Mac OSX workstations (desktop or server based). This can turn a home or professional server into a fully fledged, easy to use and manage web hosting server. All you need is a […]

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Installing OpenVPN with Shorewall in Ubuntu – Part 2

September 16, 2013

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If you haven’t go through the OpenVPN installation part, you can check in Part 1. Now we have a client connected to the server with IP address 10.8.0.17. First we need to tell server to route incoming packets destined to internet through server’s public IP. Which we call NAT. I’m using Shorewall to do the […]

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