Enable and Unlock The Netgear Telnet Console on Wireless Routers from Windows, Linux, or Mac

If you decide to spend a hundred or even a couple hundred dollars on a wireless router you are normally paying that price for the hardware which means you probably also want to flash custom firmware or just poke around and see what’s on there. Well there are a few Netgear routers that you can […]

McAfee Network Discovery for Microsoft SharePoint 2003, 2007, or 2010

Sometimes you may want to scan your network, domain, or workgroup to see what SharePoint installations are active on your network.  This completely free tool queries the existence of SharePoint installations with an HTML report generated after the scan is complete. USAGE 1. Find SharePoint installation on a Standalone Server: a) Select StandAlone server. b) […]

Complete full list of cPanel scripts under the /scripts directory

If you’re a cPanel System Administrator you have probably seen or used one of the scripts included with cPanel/WHM under the /scripts directory. Below i’m working on creating a complete list of all cPanel scripts and what they do. This is a work in progress. I’m going to go through all the scripts and test […]

Using Songr for Windows to download full mp3 songs from 15+ search engines

Download free music directly from your desktop – no p2p, no ads, mp3s from 16 music search engines.  Now a days downloading an mp3 isn’t as easy as opening up Napster (the good ol days), but thanks to Songr you can download full quality mp3s without even opening a web browser! Songr is what I […]

How to check DNS records on a specific DNS server using dig and linux

Sometimes it may be necessary to get DNS records from a DNS server even if the domain is already pointed at a different DNS server. One tool you can use under linux is called dig. You can use dig to query any DNS server you specify (or use the default nameservers) and get all DNS […]

How to restart cPanel spamd and reinstall SpamAssassin

Sometimes you will get notifications from cPanel whenever a service goes down. One of those that I find is the most common would be spamd. If you have notifications setup on your cPanel server for spamd you probably have gotten an email similar to this before: Types of Errors spamd failed @ DATE. A restart […]

Using LFTP (FTP) to mirror/transfer files from one server to another

If you’ve been using linux for a while you have probably used SCP or RSYNC to transfer files between two linux servers. These methods work very well and I created another post for using a non standard port with SCP…but what if the other server doesn’t support RSYNC or SCP? Or maybe you just like […]

Modifying your hosts file to point a domain at a specific IP address

Sometimes you will have a need to point a domain at a different IP than the current DNS resolves to. This can be to test your website when moving it from one server to another or if you are a web developer and need to test the site before making it live. Whatever the reason […]