Java vs C#: Similar Syntax, Vastly Different Outcomes
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Java vs C#: Similar Syntax, Vastly Different Outcomes

Java and C# are two languages that are often compared with each other. Java, a language originally release by Sun Microsystems in 1996, which continues to be maintained by Oracle to this date, and C#, a language created by Microsoft as an alternative to Java for Windows app and Server development, are often compared as…

The Complete List of UNIX Operating Systems
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The Complete List of UNIX Operating Systems

I love UNIX. If you don’t love UNIX, why are you reading Info Toast? UNIX is fast, secure, and there are so many different choices available to you. This is why I have decided to catalog all UNIX Operating Systems in this article. This is going to cause me great pain. There are so many…

Best Spigot Plugins for Minecraft Servers
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Best Spigot Plugins for Minecraft Servers

We have done two articles about the best Spigot plugins before, this is the third article related to this. Here are the previous articles: Some Plugins that Every Minecraft Server Needs, Best Game-Changing Minecraft Plugins. In this article, we will be generalizing between some plugins that are useful for every server and plugins that completely…

How To Mount a Directory to Another Location – Linux/BSD
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How To Mount a Directory to Another Location – Linux/BSD

So most people in the know have probably heard of symlinks. They are the way to make one point in a filesystem refer to another. However, symlinks are sometimes glitchy and don’t work within a chroot. That’s why you can mount a directory. I figured out how to do this yesterday because I wanted my…

First Things to Do After Installing FreeBSD
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First Things to Do After Installing FreeBSD

There are few Operating Systems on the level of FreeBSD. FreeBSD is more secure than even Linux. It is also much more reliable than Linux because it’s a holistic Operating System and not just a collection of packages. That being said, there is a steep learning curve, and the philosophy is different than Linux. FreeBSD…