I just setup a new Linode to host my new twitter app, lists dj and wanted to lock it down to basically Apache and SSH.
Not much more than a few hours have passed since I posted my APF setup howto, but I’ve found something even simpler.
sudo update-rc.d -f script_name remove
In php.ini: display_errors = Off log_errors = On error_log = /var/log/php-errors.log Make the log file, and writable by www-data:
I’ve now changed my slice from running lighttpd to nginx. Here’s the simplest way, in around 6 commands, to get PHP up and running via FastCGI.
To merge video files together with mencoder is simple: mencoder -oac copy -ovc copy file1.avi file2.
My search for an open source, Ubuntu alternative for EyeTV on OS X is nearly over.
As a follow up to yesterday’s post, here is a quick run through of how to use Mplayer to view DVB channels.
Watching TV on my desktop. What do I want to be able to do? Watch all Freeview (DVB-T) channels.
I just bought a new Linksys router for my home network and wanted to set-up my Ubuntu Web Server with a static IP address so that I could port-forward a few things.
A very handy command to see the total size of a directory on a Unix-based computer.
I’ve had a bit more time recently to play around with Ubuntu and am finding the ‘Ubuntu versions’ of apps that I’ve grown to love on Mac OS X.
I’ve made a brand new spare PC that I’m hoping my parents can use in their spare room/study.
Two reasons you might want to do this. You want to host a Rails application using Mongrel via Apache and mod_proxy_balancer.
This howto assumes you’ve already followed my Building Apache 2.2 from source article. Now we’re going to install Subversion 1.
It’s finally here, my updated how-to on how to get Ubuntu Dapper up and running as a home web server.
It was very annoying to find out that the brand spanking new installer for Typo wasn’t going to install over rubygems.
My group project at University now consists of three smaller projects that provide an overall RSS service.
If your one of my regular readers (ha!), then you’ll know I’m starting a Group Project for University.
I reinstalled my home server today (well, I actually started yesterday, but today I finished from scratch again) and wrote down what I did.
I just finished setting up a spare PC I had with Ubuntu on it. Thing is, it’s damn noisy so I want it stuffed up in the loft out of the way.