I have a Ubuntu 18.04 server running ufw (Uncomplicated Firewall) and Docker. Docker relies on iptables-persistent, which is an interface to a much more powerful and complicated firewall that many people would rather avoid.
Upon the latest Windows 10 version 1803 update *, my desktop became volatile to the point of being utterly unusable within a few minutes of use as the machine would pause before eventually completely freezing with a BSOD (bluescreen of death) and a DPC Watchdog Violation error.
As of writing in October 2018, there is a price sweet spot for 200GB microSD cards that retail for $44USD. Combined with a Raspberry Pi, they allow the build of a relatively affordable, low powered NAS with a decent storage capacity for a home network — all without the need for external drives, extra cables, or multiple power sockets.
Within Microsoft Windows, while formatting drives most people leave the operating system to handle the characteristics of their partitions. But there are times where manually adjusting these options could be beneficial. This post will focus on the allocation unit choice available during formatting, its purpose and how it can benefit you.
I recently suffered an unusual issue in the Linux terminal. Any commands prefixed with sudo would take 10 to sometimes 15 seconds to execute, while all other bash and terminal commands would operate at speed.