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Dec/16

Post MySQL Install

After installing MySQL you can run the below command to secure your install: sudo mysql_secure_installation The script will ask a bunch of questions and act accordingly so it is only as secure as you want it to be but it … Continue reading

4

Apr/16

Dockerising WordPress

Overview Container software has really picked up in popularity in part thanks to Docker and the concept is great. So much so I wanted to try it on my blog. Topology My setup consisted of a single instance on DigitalOcean … Continue reading

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Feb/16

Migrating From Ubuntu 14.04 To 16.04

Overview I have written migration plans for Ubuntu upgrades before. What makes it different this time is the hybrid Docker containers that I have used in places and the support for virtual IP (VIP) in Digital Ocean, my current hosting … Continue reading

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Jan/16

Git Submodule v.s Subtree

Overview Incorporating libraries that are separately version controlled but requiring it as a dependency can be done in git but there are different ways of doing it. As an example I have used Git’s submodule and subtree. I started with … Continue reading

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Nov/15

MySQL Workbench Error Code 7

Overview On Windows, I was getting the following error trying to take a database dump to file: mysqldump: [ERROR] unknown variable ‘delayed-insert=FALSE’ Operation failed with exitcode 7 At the time I was using Workbench 6.3.5. Temporary Fix Edit the file … Continue reading

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Feb/15

FreePBX ARI Framework Disabled

I upgraded to FreePBX 12 and had the following disabled moduled: amportal a ma delete fw_ari -f amportal a ma download fw_ari -f amportal a ma install fw_ari -f Running the above in sequence then going back to the web … Continue reading

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Dec/14

error Error: ENOENT

Overview I was using the Angular generator in Yeoman but came across some funny errors when it was scaffolding. It turns out a clean out of the cache and quick update of Node fixed it. Error Example error I was … Continue reading

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Nov/14

Github Over HTTPS

Github defaults to using the default SSH port (22) but it can be reconfigured to use HTTPS port 443. To test this run the following command: ssh -T -p 443 git@ssh.github.com The above -p 443 parameter tells SSH to connect … Continue reading