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 "Linux"
New Vulnerability Found in Bash and How to Test
Creating SSH Shortcuts
Backing Up MySQL Databases using Amazon S3
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
Using Amazon S3 to Backup Your Server
Amazon S3 provides a cheap solution and easy to use solution to back up your Linux server or files on the cloud. The Linux s3cmd script lets you use rsync to backup folders and files easily.Amazon Web Services, Backup, Linux, Security
Syncing Servers using Rsync
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
Using .htaccess Files to Show Maintenance Page
When it comes to updating a database or your code in a production environment, or even migrating code between old and new servers, you don’t want someone accessing your files during your deployment procedure.Apache, Deployment, Linux, Tutorial