Once in a while the staff at Core Coding® comes along to a website worth mentioning. Below is a list of websites that we have found very useful.
|Google Platforms Rant
||Architecture and the management of I.T.
|UniFi Controller on Raspberry Pi
||How to install a UniFi WiFi controller on a Raspberry Pi
||Why You Should Disable Lower Legacy Data Rates
|LVM volume group rename
||Ever performed a linux install, only to realize you picked the wrong lvm volume group name? The commands on this website allows you to change it without using single user mode.
||Converts crontab entries into human language.
|Why Not Wye?
||Mono subwoofer output from stereo input.
|Gibson Research Corporation
||Home of SpinRite, the hard drive recovery program. Check out the Security Now podcast.
|Visual Basic Tutorial
||The latest set of Visual Basic Tutorials on the web designed for the absolute beginner learning how to program.
|Postfix and SASL (Debian)
||How to setup SASL in Debian using Postfix.
||The text editor for the internet, a fully featured WYSIWYG editor.
|JS / PHP Image Resizer
|PHP Security Blunders
||Pretty much all you need to know in order to secure your PHP code.
||Now internet explorer can have form hovering events just like FireFox!
|EICAR Test Virus
||Have you ever setup email virus scanning, or want to test a stand alone virus scanner? Use this test virus to make sure your system is detecting them!