The following are an easy to follow steps to change the data directory in PostgreSQL 12. [Read more…]
If you get an uncaught error: Call to undefined function pg_connect() when using PHP to PostgreSQL connection, it’s pretty easy to fix it on Centos 8.
The following article shows how to fix the Webmin PostgreSQL 12 error that says: The PostgreSQL host configuration file /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf was not found on your system, indicating that the database has not been initialized yet. Click the button below to set up PostgreSQL. [Read more…]
A simple set of instruction on how to install PostgreSQL 12 on Centos 8.x
Here is the latest Apr 2020 TLD registration pricing for the AWS Route 53 in U.S. dollars.
The following are new instructions on how to transfer a domain registered with GoDaddy to Amazon AWS DNS service called Route 53.
This article illustrates the steps required to downgrade (or is it upgrade?) the CentOS 8 from a GNOME server with GUI to a CLI command-line mode. I’ll show you step by step how to remove GNOME, X Window System, GUI and Graphical Administration tools from the CentOS 8 operating system.
If you want to host a domain on a server at home, using your ISP’s connection, you will realize that your DNS provider (in my case GoDaddy) will not be in sync with the dynamic IP address assigned to you by your Internet provider. Let me show you a free and easy way of addressing this common issue. [Read more…]
The following are the instructions for upgrading from CentOS 7 to CentOS 8.
As of Feb 2021, all major Canadian banks are going out of their way to make acquiring cryptocurrency a difficult process. If you want to purchase cryptocurrencies in Canada, this website shows likely the only way that currently works and is verified in Canada. The entire process takes less than 30 minutes. [Read more…]
The following is a simple example of how to post multiple parameters to a backend PHP script, take the returned JSON and update DOM with it. [Read more…]
this is just a placeholder for a query I don’t want to lose…
In this post, I discuss the process of converting an older single network interface Intel NUC mini-PC into a state-of-the-art pfSense firewall behind which I’ve placed my entire network. The whole process takes about 10 minutes and is accomplished by configuring two VLANs.
In this post, I show how to measure the bandwidth using SpeedTest.net directly from the pfSense GUI.
Updated Sept 27, 2021 to reflect py37-speedtest-cli package change.