You may already know rsync – the powerful tool which you use to synchronize files from one location to another. I am using it on every Linux server that needs scheduled backups, but this time I had to not only backup some files, but also to keep track of previous versions, due to users being sloppy with their work and sometimes it happened they have permanently deleted the files, without moving to Trash. (sigh!)
The following line of code may be saved in a file, as backupversion.sh to a folder of your choice (let’s say /root/backupversion.sh).
I have been searching for a way to make my personal blog more user friendly. In fact, this is what I keep doing, searching for better ways to tweak my WordPress blog.
The first tweak was related to search results: I have noticed that the sorting is by date, in reverse order – from older to newer. As older posts tend to be less relevant for the visitor, I found a way to change it.
Sometimes Google is just not enough. Especially when you’ve clicked hundreds of results, hoping you will find the right answer to your problem. My problem was the Matrox G550 video card and its missing drivers for the modern, nowadays versions of Linux. In my case, the distro is Ubuntu.
I have tried to do everything I found on Google about how to set up X in order to display on dual monitor configuration. After hours of trying almost everything, I have combined all information I found and managed to find the workaround for Matrox G550 dual monitor configuration.
If you ever want to check your friend, who just wrote some awesome blog post about your website and also posted a link to it, if you want to see if he is worthy enough for the next hangout with some beers, here it is how to instantly check if he used rel=”nofollow” attribute when he posted your link…
Drag this button to your browser’s bookmark bar and click it whenever you want to see all nofollow links on a webpage:
Yes! You read that right! You really can make money out of thin air! And no, there is no catch! It’s very simple and all you have to do is own a wireless router and, of course, Internet access. The faster, the better for you!
If you’ve heard of websites that promise you will become a billionaire in a very short time, you probably know (almost) all of them are scam. Well, this thing I am about to tell you is no scam. Real money in a simple way.
If you are not ready to gain root access on your Android device or if you just don’t want it (for any reason), you can still do a full backup, without apps that do this only if they are granted root acces.
The “secret” is in Android SDK. Download the SDK from developer.android.com and install it.
I have always wondered why can’t I view the source of any webpage, with Google Chrome browser for Android. If Google forgot to add this very useful feature, you have to add it yourself.
First go to any webpage and add it to your bookmarks by clicking the star.