Disabling Graphical Login on Home Server

I have a home server running Elementary OS that in turn based on Ubuntu LTS. Currently, I use Juno (version 5.0 of Elementary OS). It is still in beta as of this writing. My current home server runs on AMD A6-9500 CPU that is enough for my needs. It is a desktop server, housed on … Continue reading Disabling Graphical Login on Home Server


Googling the most basic things

This boosted my morale today! https://twitter.com/oliviacpu/status/940761127121715200 On the same thread... https://twitter.com/oliviacpu/status/940980476470108160 https://twitter.com/doryowen/status/940782049258016768 https://twitter.com/elfsternberg/status/940788785670905856 https://twitter.com/unixtippse/status/940860947140370432   Related video... https://youtu.be/fBUMVPx1K-Y


If anyone asks me what's your lifetime goal, I'd say it is to live with Healthy Body and Healthy Mind. Healthy body is easy to measure. Healthy mind isn't easy to measure. In order to measure something, there needs a definition. Healthy of the physical body can be defined to some extend. Body weight. Eye … Continue reading HBHM

PSI – How to Optimize Images

I have been using ewww for years. While running a Google PageSpeed Insights test for a client's site, I noticed several images aren't up to the mark. EWWW said it's compressed. So, downloaded the optimized files from Google PSI and compared with the original images. ImageMagick has a nice command line utility called identify that helps to find the … Continue reading PSI – How to Optimize Images

Display Active Conf in php-fpm pool

Php-fpm pool configuration contains 400+ lines (for example in Ubuntu 16.04). In reality, we may use only about 20 lines or less than 5% of the file. The original configuration file contains lines that explains what each config does. It is good practice to have inline documentation. In certain cases, we may want to know what lines are … Continue reading Display Active Conf in php-fpm pool