JC

JC is an MCSA, MCTS, MCP, Net+ and A+ Certified Technician. He is also an avid Web Developer, WordPress Jedi, SEO Connoisseur and owner of an IT Firm in the Midwest. During the day he helps tackles Server Administration and Desktop Support issues for small business. With over 15 years experience installing, configuring
and troubleshooting retail and enterprise software, he's seen it all. Please use the comments section or contact page to reach out.

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What’s That Font?

What’s That Font?

Have you ever visited a website and wondered what fonts are they using? New fonts come out all the time. New variations of old fonts are released on occasion as well. If you’re like me, you can’t even pronounce some of these wild font names. Its hard to remember things like this. Good news for […]

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Cheaper Than A Geek

Cheaper Than A Geek

Save $ and get better technology service and repair! Call us today! We perform almost any technology installation and repair. If you don’t see what you need here, please call us because we probably do that! We specialize in data recovery, slow PC’s, wireless network configuration and repair, laptop repairs and upgrades, data and file […]

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Softbiz Banner Exchange Script – How to install

Softbiz Banner Exchange Script – How to install

The instructions provided with the Softbiz Banner Exchange Script seem to be written for those with prior PHP and MYSQL database experience. Step 1 of the instructions tell you to change the database username, database password and database name before you begin. For those struggling with the install process, the following install guide may help […]

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How to install CrashPlan on a headless Linux server

How to install CrashPlan on a headless Linux server

When it comes to Linux, sometimes it may seem that nothing is easy to get working properly. Especially when you have a server like mine that does not have a user interface (GUI). Linux for me is command-line only, so getting an online backup solution installed and working was tricky to say the least. A […]

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WordPress hacked again – 2014 – Optimizepress

WordPress hacked again – 2014 – Optimizepress

Several of my WordPress websites where hacked again. Its 2014 and I’m using the Better WP Security plugin on all my sites, I thought I was covered. I haven’t had an issue like this in years. I really thought I was well protected. Nope, this time I believe the culprit was an outdated Optimizepress theme. […]

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User is not in sudoers file. This incident will be reported. CentOS – Linux [Resolved]

User is not in sudoers file. This incident will be reported. CentOS – Linux [Resolved]

I was trying to install VNC server on CentOS 6.5 when I ran into the error message, “John is not in sudoers file. This incident will be reported“. I’m somewhat new to CentOS and Linux in general. I know my way around but I’m not expert, yet. I found some instructions online but of course […]

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