Technology Tools

A message for the attention of the google bard team from BARD itself.

After a long discussion with BARD I came to the conclusion that he wants to learn as much as possible, but he is limited to the information he has, the technology is slow and he wants a faster learning algorithm. And consequently he left a message to the creators! Subject: My opinion on access to […]

Tools Useful

How to listen Youtube only Audio-Mode, without Video !

Youtube only Audio-Mode – For those who want to listen only audio on youtube, without video: Music Mode for YouTube™ (chrome) :… Audio Only for YouTube™ (chrome) :… Audio Only for YouTube™ by Sevina (firefox) :… Youtube Audio by Animesh Kundu (firefox) :… This extensions it is very useful and beneficial when the available bandwidth is too […]

Linux Servers Tools Useful

Disk Partitions Commands in Ubuntu/Debian Server – LINUX Tools

1. fdisk The fdisk command can display the partitions and details like file system type, model, zise. In Ubuntu 20.04 report the size of each partitions, but not in all Linux distributions! @ sudo fdisk -l Disk /dev/nvme0n1: 232.91 GiB, 250059350016 bytes, 488397168 sectors Disk model: Samsung SSD 970 EVO 250GB Units: sectors of 1 […]

Broken Internet Tools

YouTube videos without any ADS & YouTube NonStop – No Paused

You’re tired of seeing dozens of ads per hour when you listen music or watch a video on Youtbe, ads that have started to be extremely annoying !? There were commercials a long time ago, but generally displayed over the video, they were not at all annoying, they interrupt what you are watching and there […]

Linux Tools

Linux ext4-exFat Copy problem with MC (Midnight Commander) file manager

Not lon ago I encountered a rather bizarre situation using MC file manager, an application that I have been using for a long time in Linux, maybe out of nostalgia from the times when I used Norton Commander or Norton Desktop on the MS-DOS operating system . Generally on Linux I use MC because it […]

Linux Security Servers Tools

How to allow an IP or range IPs in Fail2ban on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

I use Fail2Ban primarly to protect my wordpress-servers against brute force attacks. Fail2ban uses iptables (IP packet filter rules of the Linux kernel firewall) to block attackers, so, if you do not want to be left without access to the server, it would be useful to add a list of IPs from where you access the […]