Tutorials

Install mod_rewrite for Apache on CentOS 7
How to install and configure Mod_rewrite for Apache on CentOS 7
  • Web development

Apache's Mod_rewrite can be used to manipulate URLs. In this tutorial, we will explain how to enable Mod_rewrite and demonstrate some common ways to use it in Apache on CentOS 7.

How to install and configure Mod_rewrite for Apache on CentOS 7
Recover unsaved PowerPoint
Recover an unsaved PowerPoint– here’s how to do it
  • Online sales

Creating a PowerPoint presentation usually comes with lots of hard work. That’s why it’s all the more frustrating when the presentation you’ve been working on wasn’t saved properly. But how do you recover an unsaved PowerPoint? There are various ways to save your presentation in just a few clicks. We’ll show you how to recover a lost or deleted PowerPoint file.

Recover an unsaved PowerPoint– here’s how to do it
How to recover an Excel file
How to recover an Excel file
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Recovering Excel files can be time-consuming and nerve-wracking. Windows and the Excel application offer a wide range of options for recovering unsaved or overwritten Excel spreadsheets if the program crashes or you accidentally close it without saving. In this tutorial, we’ll present helpful solutions and practical tips.

How to recover an Excel file
SSH Key with PuTTY
Use SSH Keys with PuTTY on Windows
  • Configuration

The PuTTY SSH client for Microsoft Windows does not share the same key format as the OpenSSH client. Therefore, it is necessary to create a new SSH public and private key using the PuTTYgen tool or convert an existing OpenSSH private key.

Use SSH Keys with PuTTY on Windows
Myth of Empires server
How to create your own Myth of Empires server
  • Know-how

Myth of Empires is popular for a reason. It is the perfect mixture of a survival game and sandbox adventure, making the video game real must for fans of multiplayer games, particularly those with an inclination toward all things medieval. In this article, we will show you which server types are best for creating your own server and how that works.

How to create your own Myth of Empires server
Check Ubuntu version
How to check your Ubuntu version: a guide
  • Know-how

Knowing which Ubuntu version you’re running is helpful for different things. You can use this information to check whether programs are compatible with your system. Or you can include the version number in troubleshooting searches. It’s thus of crucial importance to know how to check your Ubuntu version. Keep reading to find out how to do so in a few simple clicks.

How to check your Ubuntu version: a guide
Renaming a Git Branch
Git Branch: How to rename a local and remote branch
  • Web development

Renaming a Git branch is easily done. But there are differences between local and remote branches. In this article, you will learn how repository and branches act, what you need to do if you want to rename a Git branch, and which commands are crucial for this. This will help you get back to work on your project quickly.

Git Branch: How to rename a local and remote branch
Unturned server hosting
How to set up your own Unturned server
  • Know-how

With an Unturned server, you get control over various factors such as the map, difficulty level and game mode. For the best possible gaming experience, run a dedicated server application on a provider’s hardware. Learn what to look out for in Unturned server hosting and how to install and configure the application.

How to set up your own Unturned server
change keyboard language windows 11
How to change the keyboard language in Windows 11
  • Configuration

QWERTZ, QWERTY or AZERTY? Keyboard layouts, i.e. the arrangement of the letters on a keyboard, tend to vary from one country to another (or from one language to the next). Special characters also differ depending on the keyboard and/or layout chosen. We’ll show you how to change your keyboard language in Windows 11 so you’re always using the layout of your choice.

How to change the keyboard language in Windows 11
Get Linux IP address
How to get your Linux IP address in different ways
  • Technical matters

If you want to check your IP address in Linux, you have a couple of options. In addition to the graphical route via the settings, you can also use commands to get the information you’re looking for. Here, we’ll introduce you to some of these commands, like “ifconfig”, the equivalent of the “ipconfig” Windows command in Linux.

How to get your Linux IP address in different ways