Auto-Start Your Programs Using systemd

Dive into the heart of system orchestration with our guide on auto-starting programs on Ubuntu using systemd. Picture your server as a grand stage, and systemd as the master conductor, ensuring your programs perform a seamless overture during every boot. Unravel the complexities of systemd service files with practical examples, allowing your digital minions to gracefully take their positions. This teaser offers a glimpse into a world where code becomes a harmonious symphony, orchestrated by systemd’s magic. Join us as we demystify the process and empower your Ubuntu server with the efficiency it deserves. Let the automation overture begin! … Continue readingAuto-Start Your Programs Using systemd

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Creating a TMNT Themed HTML Game

Dive into the world of coding without the intimidation! 🚀 Join me on a thrilling journey as I transform an open-source game into a personalized masterpiece. Learn the secrets of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, unraveling the magic behind game development. With open-source projects, AI image generation, and a dash of creativity, discover how accessible coding truly is. 🌐✨ Embrace the adventure, modify games, and bring your imagination to life! Happy coding! 🎮👩‍💻 #CodingAdventure #TMNTGame #OpenSourceMagic … Continue readingCreating a TMNT Themed HTML Game

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Setting Up Webtrees Family Tree Server

Get ready to embark on an exciting journey into the heart of your family’s history. In Part 2 of our series, we’re about to take the leap into the world of web-based genealogy tools. The stage is set, and the spotlight is on webtrees, the open-source gem that’s about to make your family history preservation a breeze. With no cost involved and a world of possibilities ahead, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and dive in. Whether you’re continuing from Part 1 or just joining us, get ready for a thrilling adventure in digital family history. Let’s make history together! … Continue readingSetting Up Webtrees Family Tree Server

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Ancestry for Free: A Quest for Family History

In the digital age, the quest for preserving our family history has taken an exciting turn. Join me on a journey as I share my father’s inspiring pursuit of our family’s past, his trials and triumphs with the renowned, and the ingenious solution we uncovered to safeguard his precious research.

Join us on this heartfelt journey as we not only solve the dilemma but also empower you to embark on your own family history quest. … Continue readingAncestry for Free: A Quest for Family History

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Rick Dangerous – Retro Power Edition

The Retro Power Edition is more than just a fully loaded image with automated updates. It has grown into a collaborative effort from a community that enjoys the gaming experience and the nostalgia of retro gaming and sharing it with the broader community. If you want to be a part of this community, there’s room for you on the DevOps team or as a beta tester. … Continue readingRick Dangerous – Retro Power Edition

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Streamlining Discord Notifications with Google Apps Script

Have you ever had trouble streamlining your automatic processes and combining your notifications? Take a look at Google Apps Script! Users may easily expand the functionality of Google apps and automate tedious chores with this robust scripting language based on JavaScript. We’ll examine the fascinating potential of Google Apps Script, including automating workflows and building specialized add-ons. Stay tuned for a step-by-step tutorial on how to utilize Google Apps Script to post your notifications to your preferred Discord channels. With Google Apps Script, get ready to transform your workflow and unleash your inner automation whiz! … Continue readingStreamlining Discord Notifications with Google Apps Script

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Secure Your Sites Subscriber List – reCAPTCHA

It is extremely frustrating to be used by bots … BOTS of all things. Are you kidding me?! Now, I have to fight Artificial Intelligence! Not only is it a nuisance to constantly delete spam emails, but it is incredibly annoying when these emails are sent in large quantities, making it difficult to sort through legitimate emails. While not super technical, you can save yourself a headache and inconvenience through my experience. … Continue readingSecure Your Sites Subscriber List – reCAPTCHA