It’s been a while since the last update. I fell into one of those cycles where I was always convincing myself I’d post an update just as soon as I made some more progress on the next feature.
- got a repeatable debian packaging process setup for the server side agent
- setup a apt repo on S3 to make the packages available “apt-get”
- created a shell script to automate all the steps in the server side install process
- working cross platform desktop client using the Chromium Embedded Framework
- new security and authentication strategy for the client and server components
I’ll start with some quick examples for the “copy and paste” crowd, which I’m usually a part of.
Search the entire file system for files named php.ini. More…
You can quickly check how much memory is being used on your server and how much is available using the free command. Adding the m flag displays values in megabytes so they’re easier to read. More…
When all the Ubuntu code names like feisty, juanty and lucid start blending together with all the different release numbers it can be easy to forget exactly which version of Ubuntu server you have on your system.