Ubuntu how to right click and scroll

I have not been using my Ubuntu laptop touchpad for ages, but recently i have been traveling and i am taking my laptop out every day, so i have to use the touchpad way more frequently.

A wrench got thrown in my thinking process when i saw i cannot right click or edge scroll but it looks like this behavior was just changed. If it’s simpler or not it’s for you to judge:

Right clicking in Ubuntu is now achieved by using 2 fingers to click on the touchpad.

Edge scroll seem to not be working anymore, however you can scroll by using 2 fingers instead of one, anywhere on the touchpad.

Happy Ubuntu-ing!

write:errno=104 / New, (NONE), Cipher is (NONE)

So if you’re having some issues with SSL connections, it’s higly likely you’re experiencing them from client version openssl 1.0.2. the fix is below and i can confirm it works on both openssl 1.0.1 and 1.0.2.

openssl s_client -connect yourdomain.com:5671 -showcerts

no peer certificate available

No client certificate CA names sent

SSL handshake has read 0 bytes and written 305 bytes

New, (NONE), Cipher is (NONE)
Secure Renegotiation IS NOT supported
Compression: NONE
Expansion: NONE
No ALPN negotiated
Protocol : TLSv1.2
Cipher : 0000
Key-Arg : None
PSK identity: None
PSK identity hint: None
SRP username: None
Start Time: 1484575655
Timeout : 300 (sec)
Verify return code: 0 (ok)

openssl s_client \

-cipher RSA \

-connect mydomain.com:5671 \

-servername mydomain.com \

-cert client/cert.pem \

-key client/key.pem \

-CAfile testca/cacert.pem \



How to install Node.js on Ubuntu/CentOS

If you want to easy install Node.js on Ubuntu or RHEL – based systems such as CentOS, I’m just gonna point you towards Nodesource. It’s the easiest thing to do since sliced bread.

However, if you’re into more heavy development and you would like an RVM-like setup, you can try NVM. You will be able to run multiple Node.js versions side by side and more granular control.


Install OSSEC – Ubuntu

Over the years i kept increasing the number of servers i manage and although running operations from Windows is a breeze, i setup an Ubuntu 14.10 desktop inside VMWare so i have a local platform for testing new stuff i want to implement, and maybe make things slightly easier since i spend most of my time in the linux terminal.

Today i have been playing with OSSEC, and here’s a quick tutorial on how to get the stuff rolling:

1 – First off you will need a bunch of dependencies. Since my local install is a vanilla desktop, from which i am typing right now, there’s a bunch of things to setup:

apt-get install build-essential apache2 libapache2-mod-php5 apache2-utils zlib1g-dev libssl-dev

If there’s dependencies that you are missing at some point, do yourself a favor and install apt-file. It will make searching for packages that would satisfy that dependency a breeze.

apt-get install apt-file
Let’s say you’re missing zlib.h, all you have to do is apt-file search zlib.h. Done

2 – Get the sources for the server and the web ui from git:

cd /opt

git clone https://github.com/ossec/ossec-hids.git

git clone https://github.com/ossec/ossec-wui.git

3 – Install OSSEC

cd /opt/ossec-hids;./install.sh

The only parameters you would usually have to modify is the e-mail address, and the server type. I chose “local” for my installation, but feel free to type help and read on the different options.

4 – Install ossec-wui – the web interface:

cd /opt/;mv ossec-wui /var/www/html;cd /var/www/html/ossec-wui;./setup.sh

Nothing to modify here, and i suggest you leave the paths the same for both ossec and wui

5 – Fix some permissions stuff:

usermod -a -G ossec www-data

cd /var/www/html/ossec;chgrp www-data tmp;chmod 770 tmp

6 – Start apache;

service apache2 start

7 – Open up the browser, go to http://localhost/ossec-wui and voila, you should see the system logs … logged