Cleaning up the boot partition on Linux

I recently began receiving messages from one of our Cpanel servers that said DISKCRITICAL blocks: Mount Point “/boot…”., Basically, this means your boot partition has filled up. I’ve been burned in the past by CPanel’s default recommended partitions being too small after a while so I thought “oh great, here we go again”. But it Read More…

Open in terminal menu for Ubuntu

Back when I used Windows, on e of my first modification would be to install Windows power toys and get the “Open command prompt here” right click menu working. Occasionally, I find this could be useful in Ubuntu when using Nautilus (the default file manager). By default, a right click option for this does not Read More…

Reverse SSH to access Linux computer behind firewall.

Ever find yourself needed to access a computer that is behind a NAT firewall, but cannot without a bunch of goofy port forwarding rules at your router? I know, it is annoying. Here is how to SSH into your computer without adding port forwarding rules to your router’s firewall. For ease of explaining, I will Read More…