I work as a full-stack developer at work. We are a Windows & Azure shop, so we are using Windows as our development platform, hence this customization.
Yes, yes, I know nowadays you can use the Linux subsystem on Windows 10 which allow you to run Ubuntu on Windows. If you are looking for customization of the Ubuntu bash shell, check out this article by Scott Hanselman.
My main development workstation is a Windows 10 machine, so we'll approach this from that viewpoint.
Recently, Google Chrome started giving me a warning when I open a site that uses https and self-signed certificate on my local development machine due to some SSL certificate issues like the one below:
IPTables is the Firewall service that is available in a lot of different Linux Distributions. While modifiying it might seem daunting at first, this Cheat Sheet should be able to show you just how easy it is to use and how quickly you can be on your way mucking around with your firewall.
The following list is a great set of documentation for
iptables. I used them to compile this documentation.
I am not responsible for any damages, loss of data, system corruption, or any other mishap you may somehow cause by following this guide.
This is mainly a step-by-step reminder/log for myself of how I installed Arch on my laptop. I am putting this out there in case it is useful for someone else, it is not intended to be an official guide. As a result, you may find that this guide is very tedious or lists a lot of unnecessary/intuitive steps or just straight up does things in a way that is considered bad practice. Apart from the latter, this is intentional, as I did not find these steps intuitive at all when