Jason | 9th January 2014
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, Cygwin I’ve avoided doing this until now coz I sometimes make mistakes and the SSH password is an additional layer of anti-idiot. Anyway… Whenever you SSH to a new machine (or SCP a file) on Cygwin, you’re probably used to entering your password for the connection each time. Wouldn’t it be […]
Jason | 18th December 2013
Nginx 1.4.3, Magento CE 126.96.36.199 Apache offers us a neat security feature using http auth. It provides a simple way of protecting files and directories which is extremely useful, albeit not high-level security. Nginx users will be happy to hear that this functionality is also available by default on Nginx 1.4.3 using the HttpAuthBasicModule. The […]
Jason | 24th October 2013
CentOS 6.4 Here’s a few very quick and basic commands to do things with files via the terminal. These can be vastly improved upon; please comment if you have better methods for this. Basic commands 123456// view the first 25 lines in a file $ head -25 filename.sql // view the last 25 lines in […]
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