A curated list of shell commands and tools specific to OS X.
This project aims for a unified approach on WordPress security design and implementation. It is definitely more than a checklist, it's a guide for secure implementation and an invitation to consider and to analyze each individual case.
This will help guide Game Server Admins on how to get their ET Server running using the GNU/Linux Operating System.
Transferring files securely is a pain in the ass, especially if you work in an office environment where the technologies are heavily fragmented, and/or you're working with users who are not particularly technically savvy.
The common denominator for many office environments consists of two tools: websites and (unencrypted) email. Slightly more advanced companies may make use of IRC, Slack, and maybe some combination of Dropbox and Google Drive. None of these tools make it easy to transfer files one-to-one safely & securely, so I wrote this. Do with it as you will.
The Docker documentation sucks; it’s some of the worst I’ve seen. For me it just added to the confusion. It is written with the assumption that you are already very familiar with container-based infrastructure and simply doesn’t explain anything, or has any congruency with trying to find what you looking for.
I want to highlight some of the “obvious” things that are very simple to understand once explained, but the aren't easy to discover without spending time with trial and error. Hopefully this will make moving to, and understanding Docker a lot easier for you.
Learn how to architect, test, maintain and contribute dozens of roles for your Ansible-powered infrastructure. Jeff Geerling walks you through how he builds roles for flexible, but simple, infrastructure Playbooks used by thousands of developers and sysadmins.
Mail-in-a-Box lets you become your own mail service provider in a few easy steps. It’s sort of like making your own gmail, but one you control from top to bottom.
Technically, Mail-in-a-Box turns a fresh cloud computer into a working mail server. But you don’t need to be a technology expert to set it up.