Let’s Encrypt is Trusted

Both Let’s Encrypt intermediate certificates, Let’s Encrypt Authority X1 and Let’s Encrypt Authority X2, received cross-signatures. Web servers will need to be configured to serve the appropriate cross-signature certificate as part of the trust chain. The Let’s Encrypt client will handle this automatically. More info on Let’s Encrypt blog.

Debconf 15

It looks like Debconf is on theese days. You can watch it live at here or there’s a video archive of what is happening.  

Error: Can’t open display: localhost:10.0

I use X Forwarging over SSH for several things to manage, such as virtual machines with “virt-manager”. Today, when I wanted to run a graphical tool on one of the servers I kept getting this error. Error: Can't open display: localhost:10.0 I verified all the possible configurations issued, launched the…
Tips & Tricks

Chasing Ads

I hate ads. Don’t get me wrong, I understand why they’re here, I understand how the system works, I just hate when ads get in your way. For Chrismas, Santa and my Piggy Bank decided to make me have a Galaxy S5 Duos (Duos stands for Dual SIM). It all…
Phones & Tablets