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How to reset Linux Firewall

A simple command to reset your Firewall:
/etc/init.d/iptables stop
Obviously you will need to reconfigure your settings after wards, but this is a quick method to get things up and running on test servers.
Learn how to install a Linux Firewall >>>

Linux dmesg command

The dmesg command is used to write the kernel messages in Linux and other Unix-like operating systems to standard output (which by default is the display screen).
A kernel is the core of an operating system. It is the first part of the operating system that is loaded into memory when a computer boots up (i.e., […]

SIOCADDRT: File exists [FIXED] Linux Network IP

This error can normally show up when adding or modifying an IP address. The fix is relatively simple, but not always particularly obvious with the lack of documentation, so here’s a fix for those in need.

Office warfare, USB missile launcher

USB Missile Launcher lets you take office warfare to a whole new level. The USB-controlled missile launch system is 16cm high and features three foam missiles complete with stability fins. The supplied Windows software lets you rotate the launch platform up to 180 degrees and tilt back up to 45 degrees before hitting the big […]

Doing some coding, how does 10 million lines sound?

Linux has now surpassed 10 million lines of code according to sources, this does include blank lines, comments and text files but none the less is a staggering amount of data.

How to change permissions of specific file extensions in Linux

Change specific file extensions in Linux, there are many ways to do this although some work better than others

New Commodore Laptop

Although I’m old enough to remember the Commodore Vic 20, which shipped with a staggering 5Kb of Ram, and have happy memories playing games such as, Radar rat race, this new commodore laptop is not exactly exciting.