http://canyouseeme.org/ is a good responsive site that will do a port scan. It also helps to reboot your router if some of the rules are not doing what you expect them to do.
Setting up port forwarding on a router is actually quite standard so if you cannot crack it in 30 mins or 1 hour stop and don’t waste any more time. I found this the hard way spending weeks figuring out why port forwarding wouldn’t work on my router. I then found out that it wasn’t… Read More »
Here is a neat cheat sheet of character codes for the likes of proportional, infinity, the Greek alphabet and more. Ref: http://www.geoff-hart.com/resources/accents-mac.pdf
If you are getting this error from Bitbucket: Permission denied (publickey). fatal: Could not read from remote repository. It means that bitbucket doesn’t have your public key. You need to generate one if you don’t have it or upload it. To generate one follow these instructions here. Next, you want to add this to your… Read More »
A good read. http://www.paulgraham.com/hs.html
Shane Parrish interviews Naval Ravikant on a variety of topics. Very enlightening and shows a higher level of thinking. Highly recommend. Naval Ravikant on Reading, Happiness, Systems for Decision Making, Habits, Honesty and More Transcript here: https://www.farnamstreetblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Naval-Ravikant-TKP.pdf
If you are using Windows 7, or even 8 and get a message that you cannot save a file to c drive then try doing this: 1. Run->secpol.msc 2. Local Policies->Security Options. 3. Set “User Account Control: Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode” to Disable. 4. Restart the computer. This should do the trick.… Read More »
If you are running a JIRA Kanban board and you see these small grey dots at the bottom of the card and wondered what they are for, they indicate how long the issue has been in that particular column. Did you know that each dot represents 1 day and there is a max of 30… Read More »
I thought I was seeing double when I saw access spelt with 3 c’s. This was found in v7.3.5#73016-sha1:3e40501 of JIRA in Systems > User Default Settings > Edit default values. Did you spot it as well?
Getting a php hello world up and running is very quick in OSX. First of all, everything is there already. Apache and php. To start apache run: > sudo su > apachectl start Then go to http://localhost and you should see: The web directory is /Library/WebServer/Documents If you put hello.php there <html> <head> <title>PHP Test</title>… Read More »