Obviously it will be slightly different depending on your network and version but it will look something like this. Kittell.net WARNING This computer system is the property of Kittell.net. It may be accessed and used only for authorized Kittell.net business by authorized personnel. Unauthorized access or use of this computer system may subject violators to …

Installing Ubuntu for a server OS? The code below will remove some of the preloaded applications that are needed on a server. Arguably you could remove Gnome in general and all Gtk but that depends on how you want to run your server.

If you are working with UNIX and you need to remove the ability for normal users to shutdown you can make this file change. This change will simply require a user with sudo access to type in their password before the machine can shutdown. There’s a couple changes I made to the file you can …

This script has only been tested on Ubuntu based OS but is possible it will work on other builds You can uses various icon options from /usr/share/icons/gnome/32×32 or /usr/share/notify-osd/icons I typically put a function like this in /opt so you will need to modify the examples below based on your location Note with urgency when …

If you setup your Raspberry Pi using the NOOBs installer you likely have various apps that you don’t want to keep. This script below will remove many of the preinstalled applications. wolfram-engine bluej geany greenfoot nodered nuscratch scratch sonic-pi libreoffice claws-mail claws-mail-i18n minecraft-pi pygame

Need help with what a strong password is? Strong password recommendations are as follows: Must contain 14 or more characters Must contain upper and lower case letters Must contain a number or special character (e.g. !@#$%^) Must NOT be the same as your previous 12 passwords Must NOT be similar to your username Must NOT …

If you simply want uptime formatted this small script will help. Uptime by itself will display similar to: 20:25:48 up 3 days, 8:14, 1 user, load average: 2.07, 2.17, 2.35 Formatted using the code above will display similar to: 3 days, 8 hours, 15 minutes.