Tag Archives: debian

50 Top Server Monitoring & Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Solutions

November 9th 2017 update: 70 100 Top Server Monitoring & Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Solutions. August 6th 2017 update: 50 70 Top Server Monitoring & Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Solutions. Back in 2014, I compiled a list of the top 20 server performance monitoring solutions. Largely because I already had a list saved locally for my own reference. Sharing that list publicly […]

Choosing the Best Linux Distro for Desktop 2018

Searching for the best Linux distro (distribution)? This article will probably be most useful to those who don’t know what /etc/fstab is used for. Also, this post does not cover Linux server distributions, but instead focuses on Linux desktop distributions. One great way to increase your familiarity with Linux servers is to run Linux on your laptop and/or […]

Kali Linux non-root install w/ screenshots

NOTE: If you are here for a penetration testing install guide of Kali Linux, this guide is NOT for you. The default install of Kali Linux contains many tools which can only run with root privilege. You should instead follow Kali’s default install method for root install and understand the risks. This guide will walk you […]

Best Linux distro and Desktop Environment Combinations.

Are you searching for the best Linux distro (distribution) and DE (Desktop Environment) combination? What better way to increase your familiarity with Linux servers than running Linux on your laptop and/or workstation. Best Linux distros As mentioned previously, the first rule to keep in mind is that there’s no “best” Linux distro. But rather there’s a best […]

Temporary change #ArchLinux to #Debian

Update: I’m back on Arch Linux. Debian was great, but Arch is better IMO. Plus, between the front page news, Wiki and the official forum, nothing is impossible to solve or find an existing solution to, fast. I use Terminator (windows can be split as many times as needed) for ssh access to servers (and sometimes use drop-down […]