This tutorial shows you how to create a wildcard SSL certificate using Let’s Encrypt. Let’s Encrypt launched wildcard certificates in March 2018, so the process is relatively new.
Posts tagged "Command Line"
Replicating a Remote MySQL Database to Local Environment / Server
Ever needed to copy a remote database into a local environment to run tests on? This tutorial includes a bash command line script you can use to easily replicate a remote MySQL database to another environment.Backup, Bash, Command Line, MySQL
Finding and Deleting .svn / .git Subdirectories from Application Directories
If you’re like me in reusing entire application code bases to create new apps, you will run into this issue often: deleting .svn or .git directories from old applications so you can commit them to a new repository. These command lines will help you out.Command Line, Git, Subversion, Version Control
Android Apps For Developers On The Go
If you are a developer on the go, there are a number of Android apps that can help you manage your server or fix quick issues on the go using your mobile phone or tablet.Android, Command Line, Mobile App, Server, Sysadmin
Batch Resize Images on Linux Using Mogrify (ImageMagick)
The Linux mogrify command (part of ImageMagick) is a handy way to compress / resize a image, or multiple images easily using the CLI. mogrify can also be used for convert or compress images.CLI, Command Line, Linux, Server
Finding large files on Mac / Linux
I recently ran into a problem with disc space on my Mac, requiring me to find and delete large files to free up some space quickly. I found the following command (in Terminal) very useful to find large files of a given size in a given directory.Command Line, Linux