SSH keys make my life easier on a daily basis. I use them to log into remote root and virtual private servers for various work and spare time projects, which is probably the most common use case.
The point of an SSH key is to authenticate you with another host, also for example with a git server in order to prove that you’re really you.
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Continue reading “How to use SSH keys for Authentication (for beginners)”
In this article I’ll show you how to set up a custom minecraft server for any mod pack that’s available in the ATLauncher mod package (on Linux). For this and also what’s running on the minecraft server for my friends and me it’s going to be DNSTechPack.
Continue reading “HowTo: Modded Minecraft Server with ATLauncher”
One of my all time favourite tools on Windows is Putty, because with it, I can connect to Linux boxes and servers, which is where I can actually work 😉
SSH, the Secure Shell Host protocol, is the default type of connection you have to a Linux servers text based console interface and is frequently used for remote administration.
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In the past couple of hours I’ve completed to install GitLab in version 5. It was quite a journey through the install instructions, the trouble shooting guide and at last numerous threads on the google group and stackoverflow.
As I promised earlier, I’ll tell a little more about this very interesting project now.
The error I’ve beat my head into a little, while trying to
git push -u -v origin master was the following: Continue reading “Installing GitLab 5.0”