A while ago I wrote a tip that showed you how to copy your public SSH key to a remote server to allow you to login without entering a password every time. I’ve since put this into a script that I use, and today I got sick enough of copying that script onto yet another […]
Like so many posts in this category, this is surely child’s play to you linux aficionados. For those of us mere morals though, this is a very useful little trick, and it shows how you can easily move data from your local workstation to a remote server using SSH. If you don’t already have a […]
On finishing a long contract and project at the BBC a few months ago, I was incredibly touched to be given a brand new Asus EEE PC as a leaving gift by my colleagues. Although I loved the tiny form factor and take it with me practically everywhere, I was never quite satisfied with the […]
So I just spent a fun morning trying to work out why so many of our unit tests were breaking on my machine with the message: undefined method `’ for #<Enumerable:
Okay, this is another one of those linux newbie posts where I tried to figure out how to do something that’s probably really obvious to all you seasoned hackers out there. Anyway here I go clogging up the internet with a post that somebody, somewhere will hopefully find useful. Are you that person? Well… have […]
So the wife has been writing her mandatory university course diary as a wordpress blog, but now she needs to hand it in. > Can you put it on a CD for me? She asks. Unix to the rescue!
If you’ve ever tried to copy the source files from a Visual Studio 2005 ASP.NET solution, especially if you’re using TFS and Resharper, you’ll have probably noticed all great steaming heaps of fluff and nonsense these tools leave all over your hard drive. Not to mention all the built assemblies lurking in your bin/Debug folders. […]