The article discusses bulk optimizing images using ImageMagick, a powerful open-source image manipulation tool. The author provides a step-by-step guide on installing and using the software to resize, compress and enhance multiple images simultaneously, reducing their size without compromising quality. The article also includes various command-line examples for different scenarios, such as batch resizing, compression, and format conversion. It is a valuable resource for optimising many images for their website or digital project.
The goal of this article is to create a Linux server that can only talk to Private Internet Access’ servers before the VPN is brought up, or if it goes down. To remove the need for DNS before the VPN is operational, we will specify the PIA servers by IP address. The allows us to also block outgoing DNS… Read More »
Use the dpkg tool to force the removal of some kernel packages. This is not suggested for common use and is a bit dangerous, but in such case with unmet dependencies might help. First of all, locate the kernel in which the system is booted. The one that is currently loaded. Open a terminal (CTRL+ALT+T)… Read More »
Linux seems to often have a problem with the keys randomly repeating when using the virtual console before VMWare Tools has been installed. Unfortunately this can make it a nightmare to install the OS because you need to use the keyboard to set things like the root password. To solve this problem follow the following: Edit… Read More »