Interested in a fancy blog like this one? Just follow this guide and you’ll get an awesome lookalike! Okay, maybe it’s just a reminder for myself what I’ve got to do when I’ve finally broken my WordPress installation Read on…
Installing netatalk on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Follow this instruction if you want to use an Ubuntu server as macOS TimeMachine backup volume. Read on…
Enable Root Access in WinSCP
To enable root access to some server do following steps on this server:
# nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config
- Uncomment line
permitRootLogin without-passwordand save file
# service ssh restart
- Eventually set new password for root user:
# passwd root
Connect to svn+ssh with TortoiseSVN
TortoiseSVN is supporting SSH authentication via Putty’s Pageant. Thus:
- Start Pageant
- Add key (.ppk file, e. g. generated from OpenSSH key)
- (Minimize Pageant)
- Start TortoiseSVN, e. g. Repo-browser
- Type in URL, e. g.
svn+ssh://user@server/path/to/svn. Important: set user in URL (
- Connection should work
After working some of my precious time on something I’d now call reinventing the wheel I finally decided giving WordPress a try. Long story short: it’s dead simple and this blog was born. So have fun reading my notes, they’re hopefully helpful to you
To whom who may concern here’s a screenshot of my first draft. Beautiful, isn’t it? It’s based on Future Impact by great web designer AJ.
Wanna know how to create a blog like this one? See this post.