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How to use Cloudflare CF-IPCountry Hader in .htaccess !

The CF-IPCountry header is specific only to those who use Cloudflare in “Proxied” mode, so if you do not use Cloudflare, then this article is not useful! 1). How to block traffic from specific countries using CloudFlare If for any reason you want to block visitors from any country, the solution is extremely simple and […]

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Linux Useful

Convert Subtitles SRT from ISO-8859-16 to UTF-8 – iconv – Linux

On the current personal NAS server, which is more like a Media Server for a Home Theater, I installed Jellyfin instead of more “popular” but not one of the most suitable for Home Media Center, such as Open Media Vault, or Amahi. The current configuration replaced an older server for which I used OMV (Open Media […]

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Linux Useful

How to Remove Files Recursively using Wildcard? – Linux Command Line

A short time ago I had to delete a lot of files created by a script, which I didn’t need anymore, but those files were scattered all over the disk, in many folders and subfolders. After scouring the whole internet, reading all sorts of scripts and commands, I finally found a close solution, which I […]

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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 […]

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Apps Linux Servers Wordpress

Add ClassicPress WebApp to HestiaCP Control Panel – Ubuntu 20 Server

Recently I set up a VPS, and for the Control Panel I initially chose VestaCP, but after researching the forums a bit I came to the conclusion that it is preferable to use HestiaCP, a fork of VestaCP. I do not go into detail for all the reasons, but from online reviews it seems that […]

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Apps Linux Servers

BitTorrent Clients on Linux Server – qBittorrent vs Transmission

Because I like to use programs that are open source I used Transmission BitTorrent client for almost 2 years and apparently I had no problems with it, everything went smoothly. I recently upgraded my NAS server for multimedia and instead of Transmission and I installed qBittorrent, I said to try something else, to see how […]

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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 […]