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Saved by uncleflo on June 18th, 2019.
The intent of this guide is to reduce cognitive friction when scanning code from different authors. It does so by enumerating a shared set of rules and expectations about how to format PHP code. The style rules herein are derived from commonalities among the various member projects. When various authors collaborate across multiple projects, it helps to have one set of guidelines to be used among all those projects. Thus, the benefit of this guide is not in the rules themselves, but in the sharing of those rules.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2019.
A daemon (or service) is a background process that is designed to run autonomously,with little or not user intervention. The Apache web server http daemon (httpd) is one such example of a daemon. It waits in the background listening on specific ports, and serves up pages or processes scripts, based on the type of request. Creating a daemon in Linux uses a specific set of rules in a given order. Knowing how they work will help you understand how daemons operate in userland Linux, but can operate with calls to the kernel also. In fact, a few daemons interface with kernel modules that work with hardware devices, such as external controller boards, printers,and PDAs. They are one of the fundamental building blocks in Linux that give it incredible flexibility and power. Throughout this HOWTO, a very simple daemon will be built in C. As we go along, more code will be added, showing the proper order of execution required to get a daemon up and running.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 3rd, 2019.
Mounting an NFS (Network File System) share using a Unix-like operating system is pretty straight forward. But how do you mount an NFS share of a UNIX system from a Windows 10 machine? Keep reading to find out how. With that said let’s install the Services for NFS feature and mount an NFS share. The first thing we need to do is install the NFS Client which can be done by following the steps below: With the default options you will only have read permissions when mounting a UNIX share using the anonymous user. We can give the anonymous user write permissions by changing the UID and GID that it uses to mount the share.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 3rd, 2019.
Complete the following steps to mount NFS on a Windows client: The UID and GID values are set in the Windows Registry and are global on the Windows NFS client box. This solution might not work well if your Windows box has multiple users who each need access to NFS with their own permissions, but there is no obvious way to avoid this limitation. To set up the Windows NFS client, mount the cluster, map a network drive, and configure the user ID (UID) and group ID (GID). The Windows client must access NFS using a valid UID and GID from the Linux domain. Mismatched UID or GID will result in permissions problems when MapReduce jobs try to access files that were copied from Windows over an NFS share. Because of Windows directory caching, there may appear to be no .snapshot directory in each volume's root directory. As a workaround, force Windows to re-load the volume's root directory by updating its modification time (for example, by creating an empty file or directory in the volume's root directory).
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Saved by uncleflo on January 3rd, 2019.
A-Z Windows Commands, Batch files, Dos and PowerShell. Fsutil.exe is a built in filesystem tool that is useful to do file system related operations from command line. We can create a file of required size using this tool. The above commands create a 1 MB file dummy.txt within few seconds. If you want to create 1 GB file you need to change the second command as below.
Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.
Synology NAS is designed to make storing and sharing files within your local network quick and simple, allowing you to directly access shared folders and files on the Synology NAS without going through the hassle of logging into DSM everytime. You will be able to access files on your Synology NAS with NFS just like other network devices. This article guides you through the steps of using your Linux computer to access your Synology NAS within the local network.
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Saved by uncleflo on October 26th, 2018.
WebDAV is an extension of HTTP designed to let users edit and manage files stored on remote servers. With Synology DiskStation Manager's WebDAV service, client programs that support WebDAV, such as Windows Explorer, Mac OS Finder, Linux File Browser, will be able to remotely access a Synology NAS just like accessing a local network drive. This tutorial will explain how to enable WebDAV on your Synology NAS and start accessing files from anywhere.
Saved by uncleflo on June 30th, 2017.
Put Least Privilege on Autopilot The Varonis Automation Engine automatically repairs and maintains file systems so that you’re less vulnerable to attacks, more compliant, and consistently meeting a least privilege model. Discover undetected security gaps and automatically repair them: fix hidden security vulnerabilities like inconsistent ACLs and global access to sensitive data.
Saved by uncleflo on March 28th, 2016.
Given that I do use Evolution, and that I have the Ubuntu 12.10, and that I have neither a ~/.evolution nor a ~/.gconf/.evolution file, where are the evolution files please? In particular, every time I try to modify a certain contact evolution crashes, among other problems. Yes, I've reported the bug. So I thought I'd modify the database or xml file directly.
Saved by uncleflo on September 6th, 2013.
Today I ran yum on a new virtual machine and noticed this error in the output. A quick look at /proc/swaps shows that this machine does not have any swap space configured. I’m running RHEL 6.3 from the default image in a micro instance on AWS. So Let’s set up a 1GB swap file and turn it on.
Saved by uncleflo on August 19th, 2012.
Use the convert program to convert between image formats as well as resize an image, blur, crop, despeckle, dither, draw on, flip, join, re-sample, and much more. See Command Line Processing for advice on how to structure your convert command or see below for example usages of the command. Example Usage: We list a few examples of the convert command here to illustrate its usefulness and ease of use. To get started, lets convert an image in the JPEG format to PNG.
Saved by uncleflo on March 21st, 2012.
Are you fed up with windows explorer? Reclaim control of your files and folders with xplorer². xplorer² is a desktop file manager combining the simplicity of windows explorer with the speed and efficiency of traditional dual pane orthodox file managers, helping you be productive with your documents, pictures, music, source code and other files.
Saved by uncleflo on September 6th, 2011.
This is a free program for Mac OS X, Windowsand Linux. It was formerly released under the name rohPod. It is basically a hex editor for disk sectors, but can also be used to edit files, including disk images. This program comes with hardly any documentation, and it doesn't explain what it does, either. If you have not used other tools to edit disk blocks or files on a binary level before, you may find it difficult to use.
Saved by uncleflo on September 6th, 2011.
I am a new Ubuntu Linux use. I need to install a package called package.deb. I know I can use Synaptic package management to install packages from CD or Internet. But I want to install this special .deb file. So how can I install package? You need to use dpkg package manager from shell/command prompt. dpkg is a tool to install, build, remove and manage packages. dpkg itself is controlled entirely via command line parameters. For example -i use to install .deb file. How do I install .deb file? To install package called package.deb type the following command:
Saved by uncleflo on September 2nd, 2011.
In Windows 7 - I want to search/find all files containing "A word or phrase in the file". The old standard XP search box. I do NOT supply: file name; file type; drive letter; etc. - nothing. I tried searching for this - just can't find any discussion. And of course, not having this search would be insane. It is precisely what we have a computer for. And no 3rd party programs are allowed.
Saved by uncleflo on April 7th, 2011.
Beyond Compare 3 is the ideal tool for comparing files and folders on your Windows or Linux system. Visualize changes in your code and carefully reconcile them. BC3 means 3-way merge. Merge your changes with someone else's using a common ancestor as a basis. Interfaces with popular version control systems. Folder synchronization just got a whole lot easier. Manage rollouts, update your website, backup your laptop. Copy only the data that's changed for quicker syncs.
Saved by uncleflo on March 1st, 2011.
An ISO file is an image of a CD or DVD. You can access the files contained within the ISO (without installing any software or having to burn the image to disc) by mounting the image and unmount the image when you are done with it. Here’s how.
Saved by uncleflo on December 10th, 2010.
Torrents are great, they are the best way to share large files with your friends, or even with people you don’t know at all. But surprisingly enough, not many people create torrents when they need to share something. I have “a lot of” friends who know how to download torrents, but when they need to send me their latest 200MB vacation picture collection, they ask me to “get on msn”. It’s not that I have anything against msn (although the file transfer sucks), but why don’t just use BitTorrent? Especially if you want to send something to more than one person, or if you want to share high quality HDTV files, because then you can share the bandwidth.
Saved by uncleflo on October 13th, 2010.
This gem provides a simple and extremely flexible way to upload files from Ruby applications. It works well with Rack based web applications, such as Ruby on Rails.
RDoc Documentation available at Rubyforge; Source code hosted at GitHub; Please report any issues on GitHub; Please direct any questions at the mailing list; Check out the example app; Instructions for setting up a development environment are at the bottom of this file
Saved by uncleflo on May 20th, 2010.
This tutorial is designed to provide a quick and easy way to back up your Microsoft® Outlook® or Outlook Express® e-mail. For many of us, our e-mail is our lifeline to our business. It is important to make regular backups in case of a hardware or software failure. You never know how important your e-mail is until you lose it.
This tutorial will also provide a means to easily restore you e-mail and contacts. For example, you may need to restore your e-mail and contacts following a system rebuild or you may simply want to move your information to a different computer.
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