Author Archives: Fafa

finally .. telescope

Finally, after months of thoughts, doubts, research and discussions on various forums, I made my choice and ordered the Celestron 6 SE (,Schmidt-Cassegrain,150mm, f10) Premise, I absolutely wanted an automated telescope, that is, a scope that can point and above … Continue reading

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FireEye has been hacked

FireEye (cybersecurity firm) said it was hacked and that the attackers stole the tools the company uses to test the defenses of its customers’ computer networks to find potential vulnerabilities The hacking was discovered in recent weeks, when suspicious access … Continue reading

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Venus

Lately I’ve been interested in astronomy; I am absolutely a beginner Here is the hottest planet in the solar system: Venus! (photo taken with an Iphone).

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New mac osx vulnerabilities

A new patch , the Security Update 2018-003, has recently been released on 1st june, which would fix some vulnerabilities afflicting Mac OS X High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan. Such vulnerabilities would allow, for example, a local attacker to gain … Continue reading

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How long ago your Linux system has been installed?

Do you need to know when your Linux has been installed? here you have one way i used tune2fs on Arch linux basically command is” sudo tune2fs -l /dev/YOURPARTITION | grep ‘Filesystem created:’ This useful command checking file system data … Continue reading

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Spectre – Meltdown checker (linux)

I have just tried on my not so new pc this interesting script: Specter-Meltdown-Checker , as specified also in instructions, it is not a bible, but surely it is something could give you very useful informations – this script give you … Continue reading

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How to install Debian 9 on Macbook (end 2009) – dual boot

Here how i installed Debian 9 stretch on my old macbook 6,1 (mid 2009) NB: where you’ll see a # before command, means you should be root or need to use sudo. Hardware: Video card NVIDIA  GeForce 9400M with 256 … Continue reading

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Linux boot speed-up removing slow/useless services

Today, after upgrade to Debian Stretch i was looking startup loaded services and system boot-up performances through systemd-analyze* command. Looking results , excluding kernel time(4,5 sec), system took 1 minute and 42 seconds for start; OK , i don’t have an … Continue reading

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Mamp: a local web server (and not only) with few clicks

I needed a local web server for make some .php experiments whitout transfer data to my website and make them in remote. I did not have time for install and configure Apache and Php so i was looking for something … Continue reading

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FM16 coaching “star” calculator

Game time 🙂 I often play  at FM16 and i lost so much time looking for the best technical staff (4/5 stars) Recently I found somewhere nice formulas to calculate, using the parameters, the number of “stars” and therefore, quality … Continue reading

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