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 is all working well ( for light use ). But there are a few issues: no support for the latest versions of php and .. […]
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 […]
Updating your wamp stack is relatively easy, you just need the right files and info. There are a few options to concider 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.
If you have ssh access to a server you can have a live view on whats happening by displaying the last lines of the error or access log. Here is it and how is explained below.
tail -n 10 -f error_log | cut -b 1-200
You have to navigate to where your error or access logs are, change it to yours execute your […]
First you connect to your server (ssh) Run ssh-keygen in the account you want to generate keys for Enter the questions (set nothing) View .ssh/id_rsa Copy the contents Add them to your Bitbucket or Github account