Having a spare SSD harddrive and the new Raspberry 4 running Raspbian Buster (Debian 10.0 – Buster) I wanted to expand the storage with the 125GB SSD. I plugged it in with the SATA 22pin USB 3.0 connector but like most things it is not that simple.. running fdisk the SSD does not show the […]
Following an earlier post how to update your wamp stack to Php 7.2, we update the tip and point out Php 7.3.11 and MySql 8.0.18 are available on Wamp. get your updates Awaiting Php 7.4 coming november 2019 we are excited.. If Php 7.4 is available it will be with at the same page get your […]
There are multiple fine tutorials on how to install Node.js and npm on the Pi3, but these are a bit out dated to use on the Raspberry 4 with.
For a few years I have had a RaspberryPi 3 running with php 5.6, 7.1, apache, webmin and virtualmin. On it some scanning software, websites and a package repository. This was all working very well webmin and virtual min were very pleasant . The RaspberryPi 3 took me a month to setup, trying everything from […]
So I added some apache .htaccess rows to the .htaccess in my WordPress setup and found the /wp-admin/ was not working anymore. It redirected me to the frontend and I was stuck… The rules worked as wanted frontend, but broke the backend. I needed one extra row to say: ‘only do it frontend’. This is […]
This is a simple, adjustable function you can put in your bash_profile to test if your websites give the right http status: The result will be as simple as:
Updating your wamp stack is relatively easy, you just need the right files and info. There are a few options to consider off which some can be manditory. Just update: if you can? Reinstall Extra’s Backup ?
After working with git local and true ssh on remote linux servers I have tried numerous software connection packages, after a few years one stands out and Git-scm – download Start where you want Rightmouse click anywhere in your file explorer and open the bash shell in the same path with Git Bash Here Use […]
An ssh key holds information that once combined with a login action lets you login without using a password*. This is very useful if you login regularly. * You have to leave the keyphrase empty while generating the key file in order to login without anything more than a username.
Using a ssh key file to connect to your server with FileZilla sftp is easy once you have generated a key file (tutorial). Once you have a id_rsa file in the .ssh folder in you profile folder (users/your-name) you can use that directly in Filezilla.