This website started out it's life back in 2007 as my web and graphic design platform. However since the beginning of 2010 I have been employed full time so I have repurposed it to function as a place to share random tips and tutorials that I have found handy and that are not necessarily common on other sites. Most of the content revolves around Microsoft Windows, Linux and general networking topics.

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Latest Tutorial

  • Setup SFTP server on CentOS Linux - with chroot jail

    LinuxSFTP is a great secure alternative to the archaic FTP standard. There are many good 3rd party SFTP server applications for MS Windows but for the price and standards compliance you just can't beat SFTP setup with OpenSSH on a minimal install of Linux. Here's how to set up SFTP on CentOS or Fedora and Red Hat.

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  • Script for automated restore points

    MSSystem restore can be a lifesaver in a pinch. If you want regular restore points to go back to then the easiest way to do that is to script it, doing it that way is definitely easier and more reliable than relying on user's memory or Windows to decide when to do it.

     

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  • Edit the send to Menu

    MSThe Send To menu is one of the features of my context menus that I use the most. The ability to right-click any file and have a shortcut of it sent to the desktop is invaluable. How would you like to make it even more useful? It is very easy to add your own items to the Send To menu, such as folders that you can send files to. Do you have a folder that you store all your music in? How about a folder that you store all your digital photos in? Just follow these quick steps to add anything you want to your Send To context menu entry.

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