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Add an icon to your miniCode app

In this blog post I will show you how you can add an icon to your miniCode app.

Please note that this walkthrough works on an iPhone 4s with iOS 7.1.2. 811 more words

6 Common Errors When Building a Raspberry Pi Cluster

Though the Internet is a vast resource for getting a Pi cluster up and running, there is no full set of errors that you can refer to when you’re stuck. 604 more words


Combine key-based and password authentication

A quick guide on how to combine key-based and password authentication.

With standard key-based authentication, there is no way to ensure that a secure passphrase (if any at all) is being used. 105 more words


mysql ssh tunneling on ec2 instance

ssh -L 4000:xxx.yyyy.rds.amazonaws.com:3306 -i .ssh/MyKey.pem ec2-user@ec2-54-215-43-78.compute-1.amazonaws.com

This will connect to mysql running on xxx.yyyy.rds.amazonaws.com on port 3306 through this  host ec2-54-215-43-78.compute-1.amazonaws.com with user name ec2-user whenever we connect localhost port…

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Cloud Computing

Run SSH from Java

Suppose that you need to do something from a Java program on a remote Linux server? How can you do that?

One thing we know is that Linux servers usually supports ssh and that you can do everything you need from a command line. 984 more words


Part 1: Tunneling with Putty (SSH), a home made VPN of sorts.

No VPN? No problem. If you want access to your homes network and specific applications all you need is SSH or in Windows case Putty, which is an ssh client. 1,035 more words