There are many websites and apps for checking train timetable info, transfer info and the current state of train lines, however if you try to find out general congestion levels for specific stations things suddenly get a bit harder.
Chances are if you’re reading this, you already know how great Hamster is for keeping track of your time on tasks and projects. Chances are you’ve also looked into trying to get it running on another OS besides Linux.
In some network environments where your HTTP(S) traffic gets routed through a firewall, you may notice in recent versions of Fedora that you occasionally get a big prompt open and display a web page or prompt for authentication.
At time of writing, Webmin handles DNSSEC pretty well actually, it’s mostly straight forward to set up DNSSEC if you know your way around DNS well enough already. The only problem is if you haven’t actually set up DNSSEC manually before, it can be confusing when you use Webmin to...