Category: Tech Speak

Late Review – Qi Wireless Universal Charger

This is my review of Qi Wireless Universal Charger. I’ve got this on April 2017. It was purchased from AliExpress and at first I want to use it for my Samsung Galaxy SIII. When the product arrives at my office, it consist of Qi wireless pad and charger. For USD 3.84, I think it was […]

Read More

Observium – Add Linux Distro Name

After using Observium for a while, I realize that all Linux device doesn’t have distro name (such as Debian, CentOS, etc) on them. It means that all Linux device will be displayed as Generic Linux without distinctive information what distro they are using for. Luckily, Observium has kindly enough to give a script that would […]

Read More

WannaCrypt Microsoft Patch Mirror

Listed below are mirror patch download for update to PREVENT wannacrypt ransomware. It seems Microsoft server got really busy right now. Windows XP: https://tonggoes.ga/repo/wannacrypt_patch/WindowsXP-KB4012598-x86-Embedded-Custom-ENU.exe Windows 8: https://tonggoes.ga/repo/wannacrypt_patch/Windows8-RT-KB4012598-x64-custom.msu Note: Those patch seems to be effective for prevention methods only. If you has already infected, then those patch might not help much but at least will decrease the infection rate […]

Read More

Indonesia: Largest Archipelago Needs Good Connectivity

Yesterday, April 21 2017, might be as well as a little disaster for Internet access in Indonesia. Two global International Exchange (IX) providers that provide Internet access to worldwide has been shutdown because of technical problem on their backbone. Those two were Telkom and Indosat and this black out has impacted the connectivity nation-wide. “Ada […]

Read More

Android Wear 2.0 on Asus ZenWatch 2 – When????

After seeing the “press” release from Asus that Android Wear 2.0 will come on early Q2 2017, but a little pessimistic when Google said the roll out would be delayed due to some bugs. I still got a high hope that Asus will roll out the update anytime soon. Yes, Asus ZenWatch doesn’t have any […]

Read More

Keep Local Copy of your E-Mail using Thunderbird

Even when e-mail providers like Google or Yahoo give you plenty of storage, it’s very recommended to keep your e-mail backed up with local copy on your own computer. Any corporate e-mail users (which generally have a limited amount of storage) that have access to their email using IMAP or POP3 could have benefit from […]

Read More

UniFi Controller behind Apache Reverse Proxy (and SSL)

UniFi Controller is some kind of portal that could be used to manage your UniFi Access Point. In this tutorial, we will move UniFi Controller behind Apache Reverse Proxy. The front end should be Apache Web Server. This tutorial is created using Debian 8 as the OS for Apache and UniFi Controller. This tutorial is […]

Read More

To (not) Block a Website

Ok, let’s face it. Blocking a website will never effective to gain any desired result. There were too many ways to re-open those blocked website. You could use VPN, Proxy, DNS Jumper, or even Tor (with all consequences off course). VPN There are lot of VPN provider in this world. Simply put, you connect to […]

Read More

Debian Cinnamon Brightness Key

After installing fresh Debian 8 with Cinnamon desktop manager on my work laptop, I noticed that my brightness keys (Fn-F5 or Fn-F6) doesn’t do anything. Both the Power Management and Display Settings doesn’t have those settings to increase or decrease brightness. After a quick googling, I found out that I need to add some entries […]

Read More

Ads