How can I check my hard disk usage in Linux?

Once you are connected to the server via SSH, run the following command: # df -h This will output the usage of each partition in the server. To list the size of a specific directory, run the ... Read Article »

CentOS – Install Ruby on Rails from yum repository

In this tutorial we will be installing ruby from the yum repository. NOTE: The version of Ruby available to CentOS users from the yum repository is out of date. At the time of this writing it is ... Read Article »

CentOS – Install Ruby on Rails from source

The version of Ruby available to CentOS users from the yum repository is woefully out of date. In this tutorial we will be installing ruby from source. Install Development Tools Before we are able ... Read Article »

CentOS – Change SSH directory listing colors

The default colors that are displayed when logging into your virtual private server (VPS) are hard to read. In this tutorial we will change the colors displayed when using ssh (putty in our case) to ... Read Article »

Cleaning up VNC Server list in UltraVNC Viewer

The connection history is saved in the registry \\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ORL\VNCviewer\MRU Use the regedit.exe to search for a server name and goto this location, you will see the whole list. ... Read Article »