In this tutorial we are going to show you how to install letsencrypt certificates on your OpenVPN Access Server’s Web Interface. This tutorial assumes you are using an ubuntu or debian based distribution. STEP 1: SSH into your openvpn access server in your terminal, and install certbot: STEP 2: Configure your DNS A records from […]
I just wanted to give a heads up to users who flock to my tutorials, but are in need of advanced linux setups. I am not an expert, but just post the things that I learn as I go. Although my tutorials are relatively accurate, they are NOT for advanced users looking to really get […]
This quick guide will teach you how to add the Mega.nz Repositroy so you can easily install and upgrade the “Megacmd” and “Megasync” apps on your Linux Distribution. This tutorial will show you how to do it specifically on Ubuntu 20.04, however, the instructions can be easily modified for any ARM based debian based distribution. […]
Today we are going to learn how to install openvpn3 client on Ubuntu 20.04 using the command line. For those who don’t know, the client is what connects to your openvpn service provider and tunnels its connection out to your openvpn service provider. In this tutorial we will take the following steps to complete this […]
OK, You can consider this one of my major contributions to the Hackintosh community. I’m still a noob, so this took me a LOOOOOONG time, and is still needs user edits before the final version is posted. This is most likely going to be my longest post I’ve ever written, but hopefully, it will start […]
the disconnect between technology, and our ability to understand it on an end user level, is growing rapidly. Thus making it overly complex, to keep track of who we are online, and who we are offline.
I’ve always been fascinated with password managers, as without them, my life would be an utter mess. When trying different password managers for the Mac, I discovered that none of them were really perfect. Being a security freak, I frown upon security based applications that are riddled with private code and made from closed source. […]
This is probably a Malware site that you shouldn’t download anything from, but I find it interesting since it’s relative to a Hackintosher. Any Mac engineers ever analyzed the contents of the downloads on this site?
Unlocking your Mac with your iPhone’s Touch ID, or it’s bluetooth and wifi proximity sensors, is possible, but the solution comes from 3rd party apps as opposed to natively being a part of Mac OS (why Apple why?)
Today, you are going to learn how to mine Z-Cash on your newly built Hackintosh (or Mac Pro) running an NVidia GTX 1080 GPU in my first guide and tutorial for Nerd-Tech.net.