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Azure CLI VM quick commands

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A few quick commands for Azure CLI to do stuff with virtual machines, so I don’t have to try and remember them…

Installing miniflux on FreeBSD

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After trying to figure out why FreshRSSdoes not update my feeds as frequently as I expect – it’s supposed to do it every 20min, but my cron jobs every 30min ...

Testing Ghost on FreeBSD

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Doing some initial testing of the Ghost blogging platform on my FreeBSD test system.

Windows 10 and web analytics

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I’m very curious how quickly Windows 10 is being adopted. One quick way to get a look at this normally is via web analytics and traffic dashboards for large ...

Google adds HTTPS as a search rank signal

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Yesterday, Google posted they were adding HTTPS as a search rank signal. This means if your site supports HTTPS your search results will be ranked higher. So...

IPv6 clients hitting this blog

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When I moved this server to Rackspace in April (and blogged about it) one of the primary motivations was so I could provide IPv6 support.

Tiny Tiny RSS

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In my last post I was thinking about what to do now that Google Reader is headed for end-of-life. As a quick interim step, I installed Liferea on my Ubuntu d...

Google Chrome on Ubuntu - not yet auspicious

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Just for fun, since I use Google Chrome as my main browser on my Windows desktop now, I decided to try the very first public Dev release of Google Chrome for...

Google Chrome

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So, Google has released a browser called Chrome. So far it’s only for Windows, and is being called beta, but Gmail is still beta, so whatever.

Wordpress code/pre tags

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More things for posterity, as I had to search several times to find what I wanted…

Grails on Ubuntu Hardy

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Just for the posterity of the Internet, and because I didn’t find an immediately useful answer when searching with Google…

Ruby problems

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Interesting post at Matasano with details about some possibly exploitable bugs in Ruby. I’m glad I’m not currently supporting any Ruby on Rails apps, I’m sur...