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SUDO With No Password

I use SSH Keys for everything… and generally dont know my password for a linux machine once built. Hence I need to set sudoers correctly.. This is how I do t...

How to Remove Old Profile Pictures

I recently changed my profile photo on Win10.. and wanted to remove all my previous ones. Seems the UI doesnt allow for that. You can find the location of th...

Windows Server Symbolic Link

Need to mount a network drive/share “within” a windows filesystem? Run this command from an elevated command prompt.

VLAN Interface on Windows Server

Every needed to add a seondary interface on a Windows server? This will allow you to do it. Make sure you have hyper-v installed - and then add the interface...

Trimming old Commits from Github

Im sure there is a much more efficient way of doing this, but I had to remove about 2000 commits from my repo.. this is how I achieved it.

Setting up Jekyll and Github Pages

As I mentioned before, it has been a long time to-do item for me to get a blog/website up and running. I finally pulled the trigger and this is a result. Thi...

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GitHub

Trimming old Commits from Github

Im sure there is a much more efficient way of doing this, but I had to remove about 2000 commits from my repo.. this is how I achieved it.

Setting up Jekyll and Github Pages

As I mentioned before, it has been a long time to-do item for me to get a blog/website up and running. I finally pulled the trigger and this is a result. Thi...

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Jekyll

Setting up Jekyll and Github Pages

As I mentioned before, it has been a long time to-do item for me to get a blog/website up and running. I finally pulled the trigger and this is a result. Thi...

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Networking

VLAN Interface on Windows Server

Every needed to add a seondary interface on a Windows server? This will allow you to do it. Make sure you have hyper-v installed - and then add the interface...

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Fileshare

Windows Server Symbolic Link

Need to mount a network drive/share “within” a windows filesystem? Run this command from an elevated command prompt.

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