The WordPress Admin Bar — the bar with all of the WordPress-related options and actions, that logged in users see at top of the page — is pretty useful. Problem is, it’s obtrusive and obnoxious. It can interfere with a site’s design or flow, and in some cases it can obscure a site’s menu or … Continued
Note: The image used above is from the 1994 film Léon: The Professional, and is copyright by Columbia Pictures. I lost the bid for a job last week. Losing the bid was no surprise — if you aren’t being told “no” by some prospects you either aren’t selling enough or your prices are too low. … Continued
These are some of the Linux command line commands I use, often on a daily basis, in my adventures as a sysadmin.
This tutorial demonstrates how to share a Proxmox host’s hard drive with a guest instance. This is useful for adding disk space to a guest, sharing files among many guests, and more.
Whenever you login to Proxmox you are greeted with an alert stating “You do not have a valid subscription for this server. Please visit www.proxmox.com to get a list of available options.” The point of this alert is to entice you into buying a support subscription from the guys that make Proxmox. While I have … Continued