What happens if a user accesses a page or a post on your WordPress site that no longer exists? Do they simply get directed to an ugly page that says “Not found?” This may deter users from remaining on your site, and can also work against you for your pagerank. Wouldn’t it be better if… Read more »
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I’ve recently switched to using Chromium as my default browser in Ubuntu. I have a personal certificate provided by StartSSL that is actually required to log in to my StartSSL Control panel. When I went to import my certificate to Chromium, I was redirected to this not so intuitive page: http://code.google.com/p/chromium/wiki/LinuxCertManagement Awesome! Another manual procedure for Linux… Read more »
So you’ve got yourself a nice fancy server running Linux, but you want to make sure access to your server is secure as possible. What do you do? Easy – configure your server to use key-based authentication. First off, you need to generate yourself a keypair. Each computer that you will use to access your… Read more »
How To Install Dig in Ubuntu Linux | devnulled [devnulled.com]. Ran across this issue on a VPS server, figured I’d link it to spread the wealth. Also installs nslookup and probably some other packages as well.
This solution will provide a virtual hosting solution using Virtual Name-Based Apache, and vsftpd with virtual users and forced SSL Connections. EDIT: I changed the VSFTPD daemon to run as www-data instead so the virtual directories could be written to by apache. First, we must install the necessary packages: apt-get update apt-get install vsftpd mysql-server… Read more »