Tag: linux

Using a proxy/VPN in WSL (Windows Subsystem Linux)

This was something we thought would have been implemented immediately. However it was not. There is a way. It is a manual edit to the resolv.conf nano /etc/resolv.conf nameserver 8.8.8.8 nameserver 8.8.4.4 search google.com ctrl+x y enter Once you have done this, you should be able to use all of your regular Linux tools with…
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03/30/2018 0

How to fix the broken kali WSL

Fairly recently there was an update to Kali Linux and the Distribution name changed. This causes WSL to not even see/forget that you installed Kali Linux in WSL. This is simple to fix: wslconfig.exe /setdefault kali-rolling bash cd Once done, you can do: apt update && apt upgrade -y && apt dist-upgrade -y   Once…
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03/29/2018 0

Linux Game Servers?

We all know Linux is the best, and it is because of this reason we can provide superior servers for the following games and assist with users setting up their own servers, on or off of our machines. Teamspeak included! The links to these images will give you a guide for how to setup your…
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03/13/2018 0

Setting up your Raspberry Pi (WiFi) as a Hotspot

I recommend only doing this with a Raspberry Pi 3B. You can buy them on amazon.  A 0w model will not grant you a functioning hotspot with internet connectivity. If you are like me, you have already configured the root user password and modified your system a great deal. If not, please do this: sudo…
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03/03/2018 0

Debian 9

Finally, there is a Distribution keeping up with Ubuntu. I have to say, my personal favorite part is the php7 and mariadb. They make hosting solutions so much faster! -Richard Debian 9 Stretch released June 17th, 2017 After 26 months of development the Debian project is proud to present its new stable version 9 (code…
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06/30/2017 0
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