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Content Security Policy (CSP)

A while ago, I discovered Scott Helme‘s securityheaders.io. It’s a site that gives you an overview of the security headers for any given site. It gives you information about what’s enabled, what’s missing, and the specifics of each enabled header. Some are simple, a short line, and your site is more secure. However, if you […]

Adding .sh files as regular programs in Linux

There are programs that only comes with an .sh file to open it. While you can easily open it with that file, it’s really handy to add it to the menu. The first thing you do, is to run this command from the terminal: ls /usr/share/applications If that’s not found, try: ~/.local/share/applications This will list […]

Sharing folders from Linux with Samba

Installing it is fairly easy. Open the terminal and execute this command: sudo apt install samba When that is done, a little configurating is needed to share the folders you want. This is done by modifying the configuration file which is found here: /etc/samba/smb.conf You can open it with whatever you want, I personally use […]

Installing Steam on Debian 9 “Stretch”

For a lot of people, this will be as plug-and-play as ever. Just running “sudo apt install steam”, and done. I did however have some issues with it. It seemed to be installed, but when I wanted to open it, it needed to fix packages called “libc.so.6”, “libgl1-mesa-dri:i386 “, “libgl1-mesa-glx:i386”, “libc6:i386”. That did however not […]

Avoid Breaking The Earphone Jack

I’ve had several earphone pair’s over the years. While not super expensive, some considerably more pricey than the ones typically included with phones. At first I just plugged them in, and put my phone on my pocket, and went with it. This caused a lot of strain on the jack. I cannot remember how long […]

My Linux Journey

OLDER LAPTOPS First time I used Linux, was Ubuntu many years ago. Before Unity became the default desktop environment. Then I had a long break, before I started using it again on my laptop, because Windows 7 was getting far too slow. This was maybe half a year ago. This time it wasn’t Ubuntu, but […]