AWStats install and configure in RedHat RHEL

After brewing a great Latin America coffee from Peru I received an email from on of my clients. The client recently installed Apache on RedHat RHEL and wanted to install and configure AWStats in order to track their traffic. Personally, I don’t have much experience dealing with log files other than just using vim or …

Clean System Data storage using macOS Terminal

The other day a client contacted me panicking about one his new macOS running out of disk space. He told me his System Data storage shows over 300GB of space. I quickly remembered a related issue on older macs on how to clean system data storage using the terminal. I quickly put my moka pot …

Update macOS from Terminal

After another snow day in NYC a customer contacted me about not being able to push macOS updates using his MDM provider. Why is the MDM provider not working? Their support was not that helpful and they blamed Apple for the updates not working. Then I said to myself “update macos from terminal?” Yes, I …

smb_full_audit_connect: Samba Linux Failing connect

Another interesting error in Samba Linux I found the in logs of a clients Linux(RedHat 9.3) box: smb_full_audit_connect: Failing to connect A client contacted me about setting up shares in a Linux server, so Windows clients can connect. No AD lives in this environment, so I decided to setup a stand-alone Samba server. First, I …

Find macOS version using the Terminal

I like to use the Terminal for most of my work and to find macOS version is quite simple. I help most of my clients remotely and using the Terminal is usually fast and simple in my opinion. As usual, I need to brew a great cup of coffee at home before taking on any …

4 ways to run Linux Commands in the Background

This is also another Linux command I tend to forget. I usually need to re-search how to run Linux commands in the background. This happens when I stop using the command line for a while. This time I’m going to write a brief Linux tutorial about this. First I need have brew a good cup …

Use the tar command to create/extract files in Linux

Sometimes I struggle to remember basic Linux commands. For example, how to create a tar.gz file in the command line is one of them. Also, how to extract the contents of a tar.gz file or view the contents or how to use my camera for street photography in Brooklyn. We need to use our friendly …

10 Tips for Writing Google Friendly Content

I have been trying to learn more about SEO and how to start writing google friendly content. To be honest this topic is mysterious in my opinion. I still don’t get it. Anyways, I put my thinking beanie hat and decided to get a list of things everyone should be aware below. Tips for writing …

These ColdFusion components can only be accessed from localhost and other allowed IP addresses error

After installing ColdFusion 2023 on Red Hat Linux I got this error: “You tried to access the ColdFusion Administrator or other internal components from a disallowed IP address (70.x.x.x). These ColdFusion components can only be accessed from localhost and other allowed IP addresses.“ What my client wanted to do was to access the Admin portal …

How to Install ColdFusion 2023 on Red Hat Linux

Hola! strangely there are not many resources on how to install ColdFusion 2023 on Red Hat Linux out in the wild internet. Even on the Adobe support website there aren’t enough documentation resources specially for newbies that need to start working with ColdFusion. I know, there are still people out there using it. To be …