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Ubuntu: 2385-1: OpenSSL vulnerabilities

LinuxSecurity.com - Wed, 10/22/2014 - 23:35
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Debian: 3053-1: openssl: Summary

LinuxSecurity.com - Wed, 10/22/2014 - 23:35
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Debian: 3052-1: wpa: Summary

LinuxSecurity.com - Wed, 10/22/2014 - 23:35
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Becoming a Better Programmer

Perl.com - Fri, 10/17/2014 - 11:28

If you’re passionate about programming and want to get better at it, you’ve come to the right source. Code Craft author Pete Goodliffe presents a collection of useful techniques and approaches to the art and craft of programming that will help boost your career and your well-being. The book’s standalone chapters span the range of a software developer’s life—dealing with code, learning the trade, and improving performance—with no language or industry bias.

Migrating WordPress

SoftwareAs.com - Wed, 09/10/2014 - 03:04

After another WordPress migration [1], here’s my 2p on WordPress migrations: Don’t even think about following WordPress’s standard backup-and-restore instructions. The Duplicator plugin captures everything in one go, including comments, themes, etc as it dumps both the database and the file structure in a single archive. Also, you can easily scp the dump onto the new machine; whereas the usual procedure requires rebuilding WordPress, installing a plugin, and then worrying about the dump being too big when you try to upload it over HTTP (as there’s still no obvious way to scp and restore WXR files, really!)

Duplicator’s restore phase isn’t too clear from the docs, but I found the answer here. You don’t have to manually install WordPress. You simply create a new temp folder somewhere under web servers public/ folder, open your browser, and navigate to the install.php file there in this folder. It will do the rest for you!

  1. Now that Linode has dropped its minimum box to $10/month (and a decent spec at 1GB RAM with SSD storage), I decided to consolidate and move the utility box on Linode instead of DigitalOcean.

A digital DC power supply -- part 3: command control from the PC

LinuxFocus.org - Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:35
by Guido Socher
Categories: Linux

Computer Assisted Simulation of DNA using Linux and Perl

LinuxFocus.org - Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:35
by Carlos Andrés Pérez
Categories: Linux

Automate the creation of graphs with Graphviz

LinuxFocus.org - Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:35
by Jean-Etienne Poirrier
Categories: Linux

LF Tip: #defines for writing portable C-code

LinuxFocus.org - Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:35
by Guido Socher
Categories: Linux

A digital DC power supply -- part 2: the software

LinuxFocus.org - Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:35
by Guido Socher
Categories: Linux

Book review: The Linux Enterprise Cluster

LinuxFocus.org - Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:35
by Tom Uijldert
Categories: Linux

LF Tip: USB mice and laptops

LinuxFocus.org - Wed, 04/11/2012 - 18:35
by Guido Socher
Categories: Linux

Ovolabs Phlink not working in OS X Lion

OutOfControl - Thu, 09/15/2011 - 13:01

Worried that Ovolabs Phlink telephonic software will stop working when you upgrade to Apples OS X Lion? You have good reason to, as it won't work. Anyone who has Ovolabs Phlink will know that support seems to have been dropped many moons ago! No develop is ongoing but Ovolabs is happy to take your money, if you want to throw it at them, in exchange for their product. This is quite sad, as Ovolabs Phlink telephonic software appears to be one of the better packages out there, if you want to use your Mac as an answering machine.

This is where ThinkSoftware.net steps in. Fabien Octave from ThinkSoftware has written a small kextunload startup item that will fix the issue, and allow Phlink to run as it should. I've downloaded and installed the package, it does what it says it does, and nothing more.

The link: http://thinksoftware.net/phlink-lion.html
The forum thread at Ovolab: http://www.ovolab.com/support/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2482

PS: I noticed after the most recent update from Apple, that Phlink once again sees calls coming in, but still won't pickup. The unload of com.apple.driver.AppleUSBCDC is still needed.


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