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Oh what a Travis-ty.

This post is about how I managed to, one part coax and one part coerce Travis-ci into doing what I wanted it to do.

It’s a bit lengthy and a bit technical so bear with me. 1,532 more words


SQL Server Installations … Is there an “Easy” Button?

In previous posts, I have discussed the benefits of giving attention to how you install your SQL Server (http://sqlbadboy.wordpress.com/2012/11/06/preparation-and-setup-leads-to-good-results/) and the need to automate things when you are doing them again and again ( 324 more words


How to reset MySQL root password

If you have lost the MySQL root password, can’t remember or want to break in!

You can reset it with the command line with following five easy steps. 89 more words


How to mount NFS with Synology RackStation share drive on Linux

If you want to share your Synology RackStation share drive with your Linux Desktop or Server and have it appear as just another folder, you can set the Synology unit to automount on your Linux OS. 595 more words


How to install Openfire "real time collaboration (RTC) server" on Linux server

Openfire is a real time collaboration (RTC) server licensed under the Open Source Apache License. It uses the only widely adopted open protocol for instant messaging, XMPP (also called Jabber). 912 more words


How to setup samba configuration file

Samba configuration on a Linux (or other UNIX machine) is controlled by a single file, /etc/smb.conf. This file determines which system resources you want to share with the outside world and what restrictions you wish to place on them. 935 more words


How To Create Static Routing Configuration on Linux

Under Linux you need to define static routing using route command.

Red Hat / CentOS

The configuration is stored under /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/route-eth0 for eth0 interface.

Debian/Ubuntu… 123 more words