How To Install Gitlab On Ubuntu 16.04

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As a website or app developer, you’ll want to use some sort of code repository and versioning system to help keep your life a little more sane while you’re developing. In this video I’ll show you how to install GitLab 11.0.3-ee on a virtualized Ubuntu 16.04 setup. While installing GitLab on Ubuntu isn’t terribly difficult, it IS a bit time … Read More

How To: Install Ubuntu on a Chromebook

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THIS WILL DELETE EVERYTHING FROM YOUR CHROMEBOOK. If you want to do more with your Chromebook and install Ubuntu Linux on it, this tutorial should get you going. You’ll need to enable developer mode in order to do this, but once that is done, you only have to enter a couple of commands to get Ubuntu installed on your Chromebook. … Read More

Review: MAONO AU-100 Lavalier Microphone

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MAONO AU-100 Lavalier Microphone

I think we can agree that good audio can make or break a video today. With microphones and other tech getting less expensive as time goes on, there’s no reason to have bad audio in your videos. Luckily, MAONO reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in reviewing their AU-100 condenser lavalier microphone. It comes with … Read More

Review: K88 SmartWatch from BangGood

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K88 Smartwatch

I’ve been a HUGE fan of smartwatches and trackers and recently I picked up the K88 SmartWatch from BangGood.com. The K88 SmartWatch looks and feels great! Here are some of the features: Aircraft-grade zinc and titanium alloy 12.2mm thick IP54 waterproof and dustproof rating Magnetic Milanese strap Heart rate monitor Pedometer Notifications for all your favorite apps Lost phone search … Read More

Virtualize Kali Linux the Easy Way

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Since there have been a fair number of people having issues with getting Kali Linux setup on VirtualBox, I decided to make another video showing a MUCH easier way to get up and running with Kali Linux on VirtualBox. The default username is: root The default password is: toor I’m running Windows 10 and have Oracle VM Virtual Box installed … Read More