'Administration' Category

  • Some Bash tricks: CDPATH and ~/.inputrc

    August 14, 2010

    With the help of the obnoxious desire to be as efficient as possible when using the command line, I’ve browsed the Internet looking for new ways of achieving a new level in geekdom. As such, I’ve come across some interesting features of Bash that I’m currently using (quite proficiently). The first one is the CDPATH [...]

  • Bow before me, for I am root

    April 6, 2010

    I really love ThinkGeek T-shirts. Too bad they blacklisted Romania for some strange financial reasons . One of my favorite T-shirts (and quotes) is this one. I guess I wouldn’t be a complete narcissist if I didn’t show off pictures such as the one below to prove my worthiness for wearing a T-shirt like that.

  • HTTP repository sharing asides Gitweb

    November 7, 2009

    Once you set up Gitweb for HTTP-based Git repository browsing you should also enable (read-only) repository cloning through HTTP. This can be easily done through the use of the AliasMatch directive in Apache. Assuming a configuration mentioned in my previous post: Apache2 and Gitweb are installed; http://$DOMAIN_BASE/git is Gitweb’s URL, Git repositories are stored in [...]

  • Gitweb access to Git repositories

    November 7, 2009

    I’ve recently spent some time configuring Gitweb access to Git repositories. It took me a while to find out how it worked as the configuration interface has changed since its first release and older blog entries were mentioning it. At first there was a Perl configuration script (gitweb-config.pl) but nowadays the common way to configure [...]

  • From domain.com to www.domain.com in Apache

    August 3, 2009

    While redirecting from domain.com to www.domain.com is quite common, I hadn’t done it until the day before yesterday. I wanted to redirect all web access towards rosedu.org to www.rosedu.org. Apart from the cosmetic effect, the main reason was the configuration of a digital certificate for HTTPS access for the www.rosedu.org domain. As the certificate’s common [...]

 
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